North Carolina mayors endorse Hillary Clinton

Carolinas News Notes

RALEIGH, N.C. — The Hillary for America campaign has announced that mayors across North Carolina have declared their support and have endorsed Hillary Clinton for her bid for U.S. president.

The campaign’s office stated that the mayors represented diverse communities of all sizes.

Endorsees include: Esther Manheimer (Asheville), Gloristine Brown (Bethel), Shawn Maynor (Bolton), Ian Baltutis (Burlington), Lydia Lavelle (Carrboro), Pam Hemminger (Chapel Hill), Jennifer Roberts (Charlotte), Darryl Moss (Creedmoor), Bill Bell (Durham), John Bridgeman (Gastonia), Remonia Enoch (Green Level), Nancy Vaughan (Greensboro), Thomas Stevens (Hillsborough), Ed Hatley (Lincolnton), John McNeill (Red Springs), Stan Anthony (Shelby), Terry Man (Whiteville), Joyce Whichard-Brown (Williamston), Fred Yates (Winfall) and Allen Joines (Winston-Salem).

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The mayors are “united behind Hillary Clinton’s plan for building an economy that works for everyone, and not just those at the top.” They also have “stressed the high stakes of this election and the need to fulfill Hillary Clinton’s vision of an America that is stronger together, as opposed to the divisiveness of Donald Trump.”

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info: hillaryclinton.com.

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Posted by Lainey Millen

Lainey Millen is QNotes' associate editor, special assignments writer, N.C. and U.S./World News Notes columnist and production director. She can be reached at specialassignments@goqnotes.com and 704-531-9988, x205.