Stacey Rubain – A Background of Strong Family Values

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Carolyn Peterson 7

On November 4th, we have the opportunity to let our voices be heard in the General Election. Voting is a privilege denied to many, and for this reason, we should embrace this opportunity. Election time is also a golden opportunity to talk to your children about the roles of different government officials. It is an excellent time to teach them about how important the voting process is in our country. We all are the products of our childhoods, our families and the values that were instilled in us at a young age. For Stacey Rubain, attorney and partner at Quander

John Davenport for Superior Court Judge

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Denise Heidel 6

On November 4th, we have the opportunity to let our voices be heard in the General Election. Voting is a privilege denied to many, and for this reason, we should embrace this opportunity. Election time is also a golden opportunity to talk to your children about the roles of different government officials. It is an excellent time to teach them about how important the voting process is in our country. By David Willard Growing up in Forsyth County, John Davenport, Jr., learned the importance of discipline, honor, loyalty and respect for others. His parents,

Politics & Kids Inspiring Future Leaders Right Here at Home

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Martie Emory 8

On November 4th, we have the opportunity to let our voices be heard in the General Election. Voting is a privilege denied to many, and for this reason, we should embrace this opportunity. Election time is also a golden opportunity to talk to your children about the roles of different government officials. It is an excellent time to teach them about how important the voting process is in our country. As she gears up for the November 4, 2014, election, Winston-Salem/Forsyth County School Board candidate Lori Clark has added something else to her community wish-list:

Ted Kazakos: A Candidate Working For Our Community

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Carolyn Peterson 7

On November 4th, we have the opportunity to let our voices be heard in the General Election. Voting is a privilege denied to many, and for this reason, we should embrace this opportunity. Election time is also a golden opportunity to talk to your children about the roles of different government officials. It is an excellent time to teach them about how important the voting process is in our country. As a native of Winston-Salem, Assistant District Attorney Ted Kazakos serves our community in the courtroom every day by working to make our County a safe place.