One-stop early voting for the Yadkinville municipal election begins as we speak, Thursday, Oct. 14 within the Planning, Allowing and Elections constructing in Yadkinville. Election day is Nov. 2 and the polling web site can be at Yadkinville Elementary Faculty from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Candidates for the Yadkinville municipal election are incumbents Mayor Eddie Norman and City Commissioners Scott Winebarger and Chris Matthews.
There are 1,492 registered voters within the city of Yadkinville. Election officers anticipate this election will see a low turnout as they’re few candidates, all of whom are incumbents, on the poll. Elected officers for the city stated they do hope that voters will come out to assist them.
In an announcement to The Yadkin Ripple, incumbent Yadkinville Commissioner Chris Matthews stated she has filed for reelection for the city board “to proceed to serve the wants of the residents of Yadkinville by understanding the long-term impression of Yadkinville’s improvement and monetary selections and avoiding detrimental penalties.”
“Serving on the Yadkinville Board of Commissioners since December 2016, I’ll proceed to work with the City Supervisor, his employees, Mayor and all the city board to make sound selections regarding the welfare of the city of Yadkinville and all of its residents. Maintaining the funds so as and utilizing an open minded and neutral method are a precedence of mine. We have to hold Yadkinville rising and prospering. I’ve lived in Yadkin County all of my life and have labored within the county for over 38 years. I’ve lived inside the metropolis limits of Yadkinville for over 21 years. Being a very long time resident makes the pursuits of the city of Yadkinville expensive to my coronary heart. I’d additionally wish to thank all of our frontline staff for all of their onerous work through the pandemic. Yadkinville has a few of the finest folks which were prepared to do what’s finest for all of our residents. Please take the chance to train your proper to vote.”