Be an Informed Voter

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By Amy Mitchell
Communications Manager

Tuesday, Nov. 3 is Election Day.

Since 1975, the public sector has played a critical role in supporting and growing Charlotte-Mecklenburg’s cultural sector. Since that time, ASC has only been able to fund the cultural sector by combining resources from local and state government with those of the private sector to maximize community impact.

Be an informed voter at the polls this year, and learn the candidate’s positions about Charlotte-Mecklenburg’s cultural community.

The questionnaire was distributed by ASC and was provided to candidates running for city, town and board of education positions.

Candidates shared their positions about public funding of cultural programs, and the role arts, science, history and heritage should play in our communities and schools. Read the candidate responses below.

City of Charlotte mayoral candidates Jennifer Roberts (left) and Edwin Peacock III (right).
City of Charlotte mayoral candidates Jennifer Roberts (left) and Edwin Peacock III (right).

Mayor, City of Charlotte

Charlotte City Council

Board of Commissioners, Town of Cornelius

Board of Commissioners, Town of Davidson

Mayor, Town of Davidson

Board of Commissioners, Town of Huntersville

Mayor, Town of Huntersville

Board of Commissioners, Town of Matthews  

Board of Commissioners, Town of Mint Hill

Town Council, Town of Pineville

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools Board of Education – At-Large

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