Early Voting will begin September 21 and continue through October 7. Click here for locations and schedule.
We will share the full schedule as soon as it is posted. If you are interested in being either a poll greeter or poll observer for the primary, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Because municipal elections are not partisan, party affiliation will not appear on the ballot. Below is a list of all Democratic candidates on the Primary Ballot in Guilford County. (We will list the general election Democratic candidates after the primary.)
Democrats on 2023 Municipal Primary Ballots in Guilford County
Note: Blurbs and photos have been requested from all the candidates. We will continue to add them as they come in.
High Point Mayor
- Cyril Jefferson
“United Today. Stronger Tomorrow”
I’m Cyril Jefferson, seeking your support as High Point’s Mayor. As a devoted council member and business owner, I’ve driven positive change by supporting small businesses, alleviating poverty, and guiding youth to brighter paths through education.
Crafting a better future means envisioning progress and practical solutions. By expanding opportunities, we position High Point for a brighter future across all communities. If entrusted with the role of Mayor, I commit to fostering job growth, championing fair housing, and prioritizing your concerns. Together, we’ll create a community where unity yields strength.
High Point City Council – At-Large
- Amanda Cook
Amanda Cook is a courageous and creative individual who pushes others to think beyond the common choice. With a commitment to innovation and racial equity, she has been recognized for her contributions and growth mindset. Amanda is also dedicated to improving communities, as demonstrated by her move to High Point to work on economic diversity and engagement through her education nonprofit, The Teacher’s Edge. She is a strong advocate for speaking up and taking action, making her a valuable asset to any team.
- Willie H. Davis
High Point City Council – Ward 1
- Glenn Romero Chavis
Glenn Romero Chavis was born in High Point, North Carolina. He is married to Gladys McBee.
They have two sons, Rory and Trey. Glenn’s love and commitment to his community, and friends, leads him to run for City Council Ward 1. Glenn has served on the following boards and committees: Greater United Way of High Point, High Point Regional Hospital, High Point Museum, Carl Chavis Memorial YMCA, Washington Street Resource Center, Kivett Drive Gateway Committee, 2009 Sesquicentennial Commission, the Citizens Advisory Committee, and the Historic Preservation Commission, High Point Museum Collection Committee.
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- Vickie McKiver
I am a High Point University graduate who served thirty-five years for the City of Thomasville, Parks and Recreation Department. In my thirty-five years of government experience and service, I help shape and guide the larger framework of duties by managing various budgets, capital projects, and renovating recreation facilities. I serve on communities-based organizations and committees. (i.e., Board of Directors on Juvenile Crime Prevention Council, Communities in Schools, Special Olympics, and Senior Gams). I undertook duties on the United Way, Teen Center, Youth Council and Reginal Strickland committee. My governance abilities have grown and afforded me opportunities to be a well-rounded confident individual.
Jamestown Town Council
- Pam Burgess
- Sarah Glanville
- Duane Willis
Burlington City Council
- Dejuana Bigelow
- Mary Jensen
- Bob Ward
- Brandy Whittaker
- Robin S. Wintringham