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2012 NCPBA Endorsed Candidates


This is a list of all of the endorsed candidates that the NCPBA has endorsed in 2012.  We would like to congratulate each of these candidates on their endorsements and we hope to work with them into the future to help make the law enforcement profession better for our members.  Please show your support for these candidates at the polls on November 6th.

Walter Dalton
Lt. Governor

Linda Coleman

Janet Cowell
Superintendent of Public Instruction

June Atkinson
Secretary of State

Elaine Marshall
Insurance Commissioner

Wayne Goodwin

Beth Wood
Commissioner of Labor

John Brooks
Court of Appeals Judge (Newby)

Sam Ervin IV
Court of Appeals Judge (McGee)

Linda McGee
Court of Appeals Judge (Bryant)

Wanda Bryant
Court of Appeals Judge (Thigpen)

Cressie Thigpen

North Carolina Senate

Neal Hunt - Senate, District 15
Josh Stein - Senate, District 16
Doug Berger - Senate, District 18
Jim Davis- Senate, District 50
North Carolina House
Duane Hall - House, District 11
Deborah Ross - House, District 34
Chris Malone - House, District 35
Nelson Dollar - House, District 36
Paul Stam - House, District 37

Yvonne Holley - House, District 38
Darren Jackson - House, District 39
Marilyn Avila - House, District 40
Tom Murry - House, District 41
Diana Carroll - House, District 43
Rick Glazier - House, District 44
John Szoka - House, District 45
Phillip Feagan - House, District 47
Jim Fulghum - House, District 49
Charlie Mellies - House, District 72
Jonathan Jordan - House, District 93
Susan Fisher - House, District 114
Joe Sam Queen - House, District 119
North Carolina District Court Judges

David Sipprell - District Court Judge, District 21 (Davis Seat)
Victoria (Tori) Roemer - District Court Judge, District 22 (Roemer Seat)
Athena Brooks - District Court Judge, 29B (Brooks Seat)
Emily Cowan - District Court Judge, 29B (Fox Seat)
Peter Knight - District Court Judge, 29B (Knight Seat)


Sandhills News
Citizen Review Board for Fayetteville's police department delayed

April 29, 2014

Fayetteville's effort to establish a Citizen Review Board for the Police Department will be delayed at least until 2015.

PBA temporarily withdraws consent search litigation

January 7, 2013

The North Carolina Police Benevolent Association and plaintiffs in the existing consent search litigation have decided to temporarily withdraw and voluntarily dismiss without prejudice the existing civil and civil rights action against the City of Fayetteville regarding the City's action in preventing Fayetteville police officers from performing consent searches as a part of their law enforcement duties. A dismissal without prejudice means that the action can be refiled.