Wake County school board candidates Bill Fletcher, Mike Tanbusch, Gary Lewis and Lindsay Mahaffey attended a forum on Sept. 29, 2016 at Kirk of Kildaire Presbyterian Church in Cary. None of the four candidates were endorsed by either the Wake County Democratic Party or the Wake County Republican Party.
Wake County school board candidates Bill Fletcher, Mike Tanbusch, Gary Lewis and Lindsay Mahaffey attended a forum on Sept. 29, 2016 at Kirk of Kildaire Presbyterian Church in Cary. None of the four candidates were endorsed by either the Wake County Democratic Party or the Wake County Republican Party. khui@newsobserver.com T. Keung Hui
Wake County school board candidates Bill Fletcher, Mike Tanbusch, Gary Lewis and Lindsay Mahaffey attended a forum on Sept. 29, 2016 at Kirk of Kildaire Presbyterian Church in Cary. None of the four candidates were endorsed by either the Wake County Democratic Party or the Wake County Republican Party. khui@newsobserver.com T. Keung Hui
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Political parties make Wake County school board endorsements

October 03, 2016 06:40 PM

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