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Did attorney Brian Moore get enough signatures to be on the November 2010 ballot as an independent candidate for New Hanover County clerk of Superior Court?

Jim Ware
StarNews

Bonnie Williams, director of the New Hanover County Board of Elections, said three people — including Brian Moore — circulated petitions to get on the November 2010 ballot as unaffiliated candidates. All three were unsuccessful in getting the required number of signatures, Williams said.

The county board of elections’ list of candidates for the November ballot shows Jan G. Kennedy, a Republican, and Lillian Salcines Bright, a Democrat, as candidates for clerk of Superior Court.

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3 Responses to “ Did attorney Brian Moore get enough signatures to be on the November 2010 ballot as an independent candidate for New Hanover County clerk of Superior Court?”

  1. On August 5, 2010 at 1:42 pm Lillian Salcines Bright wrote:

    My name is Lillian Salcines Bright and I am a registered candidate for New Hanover County Clerk of Superior Court. I am a registered Democrat and did not need signatures to file. Please let me know if you have any questions. Thank you for making the necessary corrections. Lillian Salcines Bright

  2. On August 5, 2010 at 1:52 pm Jim Ware wrote:

    I apologize for the oversight. Thanks for pointing out the error.

  3. On August 5, 2010 at 9:33 pm Cindi Jacobs wrote:

    Dear Jim Ware,

    While your apology is kind, the professional response should have also included:

    The deletion of the inaccurate story
    The publishing of the correct version

    This elected position is taken far too lightly by the majority of voters. Consider explaining the role of the job as well.