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Filing period ends, several mayors will be alone on the ballot

When you see the ballot on Election Day, several local mayors will be running without opponents in their race for re-election. When you see the ballot on Election Day, several local mayors will be running without opponents in their race for re-election.
WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) -

Several mayors will head into Election Day 2015 without an opponent on the ballot in their campaign for re-election.

Bill Saffo of Wilmington, Bill Blair of Wrightsville Beach and Terry Mann of Whiteville are just three of several mayors who will not have any named opponent in their race. Write-in candidates are allowed in the municipal races.

In Chadbourn, interim mayor Donald Ray Bass did not file to run for a full term, choosing instead tom run for town council. Phillip C. Britt was the only candidate to file for mayor. 

The current mayor of Carolina Beach, Dan Wilcox, will be opposed in his re-election race by the former office-holder Bob Lewis. Wilcox defeated Lewis by seven votes to win the seat in 2013.

To see the list of candidates in New Hanover County, click here: http://bit.ly/1Ssedyb

To see the list of candidates in Brunswick County, click here: http://bit.ly/1KbE8bj

To see the list of candidates in Pender County, click here: http://bit.ly/1CHcu6y

To see the list of candidates in Columbus County, click here: http://bit.ly/1fR6wpi

To see the list of candidates in Bladen County click here: http://bit.ly/1LrAADq

Municipal Election Day is Tuesday, November 3. 

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