I'm proud to list these endorsements - find more on my website! Early voting began at the Hillsborough location yesterday. Chapel Hill and Carrboro locations will open Monday, October 23 through Saturday, November 4. It's time to vote!

Link to a full endorsement list: Orange-Chatham Group, Sierra Club, Equality NC, Victory Fund, Indy Week, CHALT

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Here is the resolution I brought and the Town Council unanimously passed in support of local youth-led efforts to demand action to prevent gun violence in our schools and community. We stand with you today and are proud to follow your lead. #CHTC #ENOUGH #CHCWALKOUT


WHEREAS, gun violence is a crisis in the U...

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Thanks so much to the voters of Chapel Hill for your support! I am honored to have the opportunity to represent you on the Town Council. And congratulations to Allen Buansi, Hongbin Gu for Chapel Hill Town Council, and Rachel Jones Schaevitz.

Thank you to Matt Hirschy from Equality NC, who came out to support me as one of their endorsed candidates. Polls close at 7:30pm. You still have time to #vote!

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Congressman David Price

It's Election Day in North Carolina - make your voice heard!

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Thank you to all campaign volunteers greeting voters at polling places today. You inspire me! #ThankYou

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"Karen will be an invaluable addition to the Chapel Hill Town Council. She brings an unwavering dedication, unique perspective, and enthusiastic commitment to making real the shared values for our community: social justice, inclusion, diversity, and racial and economic equity. In the midst of the political regression at the federal and state level, Karen's campaign gives me hope for Chapel Hill and Orange County."
-Mark Dorosin, Attorney at UNC Center for Civil Rights

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Maritere Unger Palmer is with Joal Broun and Karen Stegman.

Thanks for coming out to vote, Representative David Price

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Joal Broun is with Pam Hemminger and 3 others.

Hanging with candidates At Seymour Center.

Thank you for voting early! Polls are open until 1pm today. ✔️

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Pamela Shiers to Karen Stegman for Chapel Hill

We voted!

Thank you for your support, Sally!

Sally Stollmack is with Karen Stegman.

Karen has been leading in our community for years, through involvement with schools and non-profit organizations. She was raised a Tar Heel and cares deeply about our town. I'm proud to support Karen Stegman for Chapel Hill Town Council. I am voting early, and so should you !

Vote Karen Stegman for Town Council. Vote today - Election Day - November 7. Polls open until 7:30pm. Link to voting details:

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EARLY VOTING HOURS for THURSDAY, NOV. 2 and FRIDAY, NOV. 3RD: from 9 am to 6 pm at Carrboro Town Hall and Board of Elections (Hillsborough); and from 12 pm to 7 pm at Seymour Senior Center and Chapel of the Cross.

EARLY VOTING HOURS for SATURDAY, NOV. 4 (last day to vote early): 9am to 1pm at all early voting locations.

Find more helpful voting information on my website:

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"Karen and I have been close friends since our days at Chapel Hill High School in the late 80’s. Her passion for social justice, affordable housing, the arts, equity and environmental protection have been evident always. These are not campaign talking points; they are Karen’s lived values. Karen is fiercely intelligent, thoughtful, compassionate and she has a great sense of humor, too. Most importantly, she is committed to Chapel Hill, its smart and vibrant growth, and she will work tirelessly for all of us on the Town Council."
-Cait Fenhagen, Chapel Hill

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I'm proud to work for Pape Gaye at IntraHealth International and thankful for his endorsement of my campaign.

"I have worked with Karen for nearly 13 years. During that time I have come to rely on Karen for her strategic thinking, business expertise – particularly with regard to securing new funding and managing financial and human resources - as well as her dedication and commitment to our vision that everyone everywhere has the health care they need to thrive. I am thrilled to personally support Karen's candidacy, as I know she will bring these same qualities to guiding our Town."
-Pape Amadou Gaye, President, IntraHealth International

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I appreciate this endorsement from Karen Long, retired director of community development, Orange Co. Family Resource Centers. Early voting continues through November 4th. Election Day is November 7. #ThankYou

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"I strongly support Karen because she understands that a thriving Chapel Hill connects all its residents to opportunity. She will support sustainable and equitable development that opens new employment and housing opportunities for residents and attracts new businesses to town. She'll also make it easier for people to get around town. She understands how to improve the Town's bus system and she will make sure to invest in the Town's network of sidewalks, bike lanes and greenways to make it easier and safer for people to get around on foot and by bike."
-Geoff Green, transportation planner

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Tomorrow is Saturday, October 28, with #EarlyVoting hours at several locations. Stop by and cast your ballot! Find additional information on my website: #ChapelHill

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