Mount Olive mayor files for re-election bid this fall
By News-Argus Staff
Published in News on July 28, 2005 1:45 PM
MOUNT OLIVE -- The only uncontested race in Mount Olive so far is the upcoming battle for the mayor's job.
Mount Olive Mayor Ruff Huggins filed for re-election early in the filing period, which closes at noon Aug. 5. He remained unopposed at the end of the day Monday.
Rick Kraft is challenging at-large incumbent Ray Thompson on the town board.
Kenny Talton filed Monday to challenge Ora Truzy for her District 1 seat on the board.
Hosea Manley is challenging Paul Smalley for his District 2 seat.
Tom Preston and Billy Rivenbark are going after the seat that will be left vacant by District 3 commissioner Lloyd Warren, who is not seeking reelection.
Gene Lee is challenging District 4 town commissioner Jimmy Kornegay.
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