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Our 2018 Candidates

Dr. Kyle Horton
U.S. House District 7

Dr. Kyle Horton is an emerging national leader on veteran advocacy, public health and environmental policy. She is a board certified Internal Medicine physician with a Masters of Business Administration. Dr. Kyle’s unique combination of training and experience has enabled her to envision a future for North Carolina’s 7th District that provides good-paying jobs while preserving the health and wellness of American families. Recently, Dr, Horton received endorsement from Communications Workers of America. ​


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Dr. Kyle Horton

PO Box 637

Carolina Beach, NC 28428

David Sink, Jr. 
N.C. Senate District 8

David Sink, a native of Lexington NC, served 31 years in the North Carolina Community College System. He was president of two colleges: Roanoke Chowan for five years and Blue Ridge for 20 years. Upon his retirement he received the Long Leaf Pine Award by the Governor of North Carolina.

 A Vietnam War era veteran, he has been active in professional and civic organizations at the local, state and national level.


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Dr. David Sink for NC Senate

PO Box 947

Leland, NC  28451

Tom Simmons
N.C. House District 17

Having lived in Brunswick County for more than forty years, TOM SIMMONS understands how vital commercial fishing families and the tourism industry are to Brunswick County's economy and well-being.  His passion for the county goes even deeper than environmental concerns.  Simmons believes that improved education with fully funded classrooms and expanded Early Childhood Education programs as the key to future economic growth and a chance for upward mobility for its citizens.


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Dr. Tom Simmons for NC House

1462 Longleaf Dr.

Southport, NC 28461

Deb Butler (Incumbent)
N.C. House District 18

Deb was elected by Democrats to finish the term of Susie Hamilton ​who Gov. Roy Cooper appointed to head the Natural and Cultural Resources Commission.


Deborah was recently named in HuffPost as a 'Rising Progressive Star' recognizing her practice of calling it like it is. Deb is known for her walk about, facebook videos that keep her constituency informed.


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Deb Butler for NC House

711 Princess St.

Wilmington, NC 28401

Bill Flythe 
Board of Education District 3

Dr. William “Bill” Flythe is uniquely qualified to serve on the Board of Education. A doctorate in Chemistry was obtained from Howard University (D.C.). Twenty years were spent in industry as a chemist and Senior Laboratory Supervisor. Fifteen years were spent in the classroom at the high school and college level.  If elected, Dr. Flythe will push for increased funding of public education, promote the STEM curriculum, and emphasize the need for safe schools. See website for additional information.


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Bill Flythe for Board of Education

620 E. Leonard St.

Southport, NC 28461

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Joanne Levitan
Board of Education District 5

With a BA in Economics and an MBA in Information Systems, Joanne is in the unique position to pursue improvements in funding, monitor spending, and bring our schools into the 21st century.

As a member of the Brunswick County School Board, from her very first day, Joanne will work tirelessly to improve the quality of education and the safety of our students. 

North Carolina needs to halt the decline of its public education. Kids only have one opportunity for a strong, supportive education, and they deserve our voices and our votes. Who better than Joanne Levitan to point our schools in the right direction? This November, let’s elect Joanne Levitan to the Brunswick County Board of Education

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Joanne Levitan for Board of Education

2106 Talmage Dr.

Leland, NC 28451

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Marilyn Priddy
County Commissioner District 2

Marilyn worked in occupational safety and health for more than 40 years. She knows that every dollar spent on preventive measures can save ten or more dollars for corrective measures. Brunswick County is growing rapidly and is facing environmental, education, food security, substance abuse, and infrastructure challenges. Marilyn has proven listening and researching skills and experience in applied science, teamwork, management, and quality control. She will work to find practical solutions, improving the quality of life for all Brunswick County residents.

Marilyn has been married for 46 years and has 2 adult children. She resides in Shallotte. 

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Marilyn Priddy for County Commissioner

2 Kings Grant Ct.

Shallotte, NC 28470

Charles Warren
Brunswick County Sheriff

Charles spent twenty years working in Law Enforcement in the State of Connecticut. While there, he was honored to work with some of the best officers and supervisors. He acquired valuable knowledge and experience in the best practices of law enforcement to address the needs of the public. As Sheriff we will bring to the department the same high standards of professionalism, leadership, and integrity the he has operated under his entire career.

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Mailing Address for Contributions:

Charles Warren for Sheriff

1034 Parkwood Dr.

Leland, NC 28451

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