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2023 elections

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Denis Bilodeau (left), Woody Washam (right)

It’s Bilodeau vs. Washam: 2 candidates, 1 job

Sept. 13. By Dave Yochum. For the first time in 15 years there is competition for the top elected job in Cornelius: Denis Bilodeau vs. Woody Washam, the three-term incumbent. Both were elected town commissioners—Washam for two terms åthe most votes in the non-partisan elections held every two years. Both are fmembers of the North […]

10 candidates for 5 seats on Town Board

Sept. 12. With 10 candidates vying for five seats on the non-partisan Town Board, the fall elections are looking like a horse race. There were 11 candidates in 2017, since then there’s been two more biennial local elections and the board has turned over with candidates coming and going and coming back again. Newcomers: Robert […]

Miltich running for Town Board after losing in 2021 shake-up

June 27. By Dave Yochum. Michael “Dr. Mike” Miltich plans to run for the Town Board, after losing his bid for a fourth term in the  2021 elections when four out of five seated commissioners were defeated. Miltich, who was also chair of the Charlotte Regional Transportation Planning Organization (CRTPO), has lived in Cornelius for […]