by Donna Martinez
Former Senior Writer and Editor, John Locke Foundation
On November 7, people in cities and towns across North Carolina will go to the polls to vote in local government elections. These are municipal, not county, elections, but not all cities and towns will have them. For those who do, the ballot is interesting. Along with mayors, city council members, aldermen, and school board members, there will a number of referenda and bond issues on those ballots. JLF’s Julie Tisdale provides an overview here.