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Chapel Hill

Mayor (choose 1):

· Kevin Foy
· Kevin Wolff

Town Council (choose up to 4):

· Bill Thorpe
· Ed Harrison
· Jason Baker
· Laurin Easthom
· Mark Kleinschmidt
· Robin Cutson
· Will Raymond


 

Election info

Each year OrangePolitics collects non-partisan election information for local races. You can find it all here in a hierarchical outline or "book."

Martin Luther King's birthday

Date: 

Monday, January 14, 2008 - 7:01pm

Bill of Rights Day

More info on this post.

Reading of the Bill of Rights, Noon, December 15, BILL OF RIGHTS DAY, Peace and Justice Plaza (corner of Henderson and East Franklin Streets), Chapel Hill. Proclamations read from Orange County Commissioners, Chapel Hill Town Council, and Carrboro Town Aldermen. Organized by NC Senator Ellie Kinnaird to honor Joe Herzenberg. 929-1607.

Date: 

Saturday, December 15, 2007 - 7:00am to 8:00am

Your feedback, please

Please post any non-technical feedback, questions and suggestions as comments on this page

OP vacation

OP closes up shop every year to encourage everyone to get away from the keyboard and spend time with your loved ones and yourself. See you in 2008!

Date: 

Tuesday, January 1, 2008 - 4:00am to Thursday, January 3, 2008 - 4:00am

Time

Apologies for any confusion, I just made the necessary change to switch the blog back to eastern standard time. Goodbye daylight. :-(

Calendar

I have added a new calendar of events to the site. I would like to keep it limited to mostly just election-related events for now. You can find a link to it near the top of the side bar to the right.

Please contact us if you know of additional events we should add, and include a link or as much information as you can find.

OP takes a holiday

Next week all of OrangePolitics will be on vacation! The archives will remain available, but no new comments will be allowed and there will be no new posts from Sunday 8/21 to Sunday 8/28.

We hope you will take advantage of this opportunity to enjoy the summer weather before schools starts again and the fall campaigns get fully underway.

Talk fast

To keep the conversation moving forward here, all posts will now expire after a certain number of days. I propose 90 days, but I'm open to suggestions.

This change will take effect on Monday so you can get any last words in over the weekend.

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