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Will Barrow Distinguish Herself from Smith?

Will Barrow Distinguish Herself from Smith?

D1 Candidates Debate Saturday by Dennis Mitchell, Election Correspondent and Lisa Ellison, Editor The first debate in our City Council Debate Series, co-sponsored by the Minority Voice, is coming up fast—Saturday morning, actually. District 1, one of two “majority minority” districts in the city, is comprised largely of Greenville north of the Tar River, an […]


Candidate Interviews: District 1

Candidate Interviews: District 1

Early voting begins Thursday in Greenville’s municipal election. Voters will select one City Council representative from each of five districts along with an “at-large” councilor and mayor. In late July, The Guardian hand delivered to the address provided on each candidate’s election filing an invitation to participate in a two-step voter education initiative. Step one […]


Anderson-Smith Debate As it Happened

Anderson-Smith Debate As it Happened

The Benevolence Corps hosted the second of three debates at Eppes Recreation Center Tuesday Wednesday night, between District 1 incumbent councilor Kandie Smith and challenger Clinton Anderson. Below are entries made live as the session progressed. (For a chronological reading, start from the bottom.) email the editor The Greenville Guardian encourages reader participation. In an […]


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