Come November, voters in Charlotte will head to the polls and choose their next mayor. For the first time since 2009, no incumbent mayor is on the ballot.
The Queen City’s two mayoral candidates have staked out their positions on gay marriage, standing firm against outright discrimination, but stopping short of full support for across-the-board marriage equality for same-sex couples.
This issue, QNotes prints the sit-down interviews we recently held with both the Republican and Democratic candidates for Charlotte mayor.
Teresa Davis, 50, has been involved as a community leader in Charlotte for years. She’s served on the board of the LGBT Community Center of Charlotte and founded the GayCharlotte Film Festival and Series.
Three Charlotte groups have partnered together to bring more neighborhood-based public art to the city.
Pride Winston-Salem is scheduled for Oct. 19. The annual local event is back for its third year, including its parade.