Democratic candidate for Wake County commissioner Jessica Holmes, left, throws up her arms in celebration as she walks with other Democratic candidates  John Burns, second from right, and Matt Calabria, right, after she filed to run for the position at the Wake County Board of Elections last week in Raleigh.
Democratic candidate for Wake County commissioner Jessica Holmes, left, throws up her arms in celebration as she walks with other Democratic candidates John Burns, second from right, and Matt Calabria, right, after she filed to run for the position at the Wake County Board of Elections last week in Raleigh. cseward@newsobserver.com
Democratic candidate for Wake County commissioner Jessica Holmes, left, throws up her arms in celebration as she walks with other Democratic candidates John Burns, second from right, and Matt Calabria, right, after she filed to run for the position at the Wake County Board of Elections last week in Raleigh. cseward@newsobserver.com

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