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´╗┐Following the July 19 filing deadline, no member of the Council has escaped without opposition. North Ward Council Member Denise "DD" Adams will face no Primary challenger, but Republican Patricia Kleinmaier awaits her in November's general election. Southwest Ward Council Member Dan Besse also won't face a primary challenger, but Republicans Donald Shaw and Robert Bultman are vying to see which one of them will run against him in the general.

Five members of the Council, including Comprar Levitra Mayor Allen Joines, face opposition in the Sept. 10 primary. The Northwest Ward seat held by Council Member Wanda Merschel is up for grabs after the veteran decided not to seek reelection.

Northeast Ward incumbent Vivian Burke has decided to seek another term. She had initially told The Chronicle she was "thinking and praying" about whether she would run for re election, but when she was confronted on the eve of the filing deadline with a roomful of supporters imploring her to run again, Burke, who has served on the Council for 35 years, said she took their pleas to heart.

"I said I have to go and pray over it and pray about it and so I decided that I would go on and run," she related. "There's still some things that need to be done."

During her more than three decades of the Council, Burke said she has introduced a variety of city initiatives to serve minorities, women and youth, including the Minority/Women Business Enterprise Program and the Youth Advisory Council, and established valuable relationships with stakeholders all over the city. If the voters re elect her, Burke said she will continue to fight for women, minorities and vulnerable populations such as the city's homeless community.

"I have been able to bring folks together and to work with them very hard to articulate the concerns of minorities," she said. "I have always been committed and dedicated to serving the people. Maybe some people don't like it, but I've done every step of it with God in front, and all I want to do is just listen and work with people."

The veteran politician dismissed the criticism of some, who say she has allowed her tenure to drag on too long.

"I've always said with any position, it's out there and it's how the people speak," she said. "If they want someone else to have a term, then we will know after the polls close."

Burke will face opposition in the Democratic primary from Jemmise Bowen and Brenda Diggs, and Republican Michael Owens awaits her in November if she is victorious.

Bowen, a city native and North Carolina A State University alumna, said building stronger ties among community members by establishing new neighborhood watches and associations and other initiatives that would encourage community interaction would be among her priorities as a Council member. Property values are determined in part based on societal factors such as test scores and graduation rates at local schools and proximity to Winstrol W Tabletkach Cena amenities "´╗┐Anadrol 50" such as shopping, Bowen said. If elected, Bowen, a member of the Democratic Women and the Senior Democrats, said she would work to establish a collaborative of residents in the ward who would use their skills and expertise to improve conditions in their communities.

"I just want to literally make a Northeast Ward collaborative in which we would all work together," said Bowen, a shelter monitor for the Salvation Army. "I think it's going to take the entire ward committing to the ward. I think that the people of the Northeast Ward have to be willing to work I know I am."

Bowen, 43, said she would also work to help the city diversify its corporate and business offerings, in an effort to attract more residents to the city and retain a larger percentage of college students after graduation.

"We have to find a way to keep the city active and moving and I just think if we had different types of industry, we could bring more people to the city," she said. "I don't dislike what they've done, it's just let's do more, let's try something different, let's think outside the box."

Owens, a former IT professional, believes his leadership "Achat Anabolisant Belgique" would be a breath of fresh air for the ward.

"To be perfectly honest, "Oxandrolone Powder India" the incumbent in this race has been on the City Council since 1977," said the 37 year old. "I don't know how many of her constituents were even alive when she was elected, but for me, that's a problem. I'm a big proponent of term limits at every level of government, including the city. Although I don't know Vivian Burke I think 35 years is long enough. I'd like to be the one who makes that change."

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Democrat Bill Tatum will challenge incumbent James Taylor in the Southeast Ward. Tatum, a former president of the local NAACP chapter and retired member of the city's "4-chlorodehydromethyltestosterone Ireland" Housing and Neighborhood Services Division staff, believes his experience as a former civil rights leader and city employee will serve him well on the Council.

"Essentially, I feel that I can provide some experience in government in the way of revitalization and economic development of this area where we will be looking at bringing corporations and Winstrol And Alcohol businesses to the community to allow for more jobs," said Tatum, who moved to Winston Salem from his native High Point as an infant. "On the other side of town, businesses are building and we don't see the grand finale in the Southeast Ward."

A father and grandfather who ran for the Forsyth County Board of Education and for county Soil and Water Conservation District Supervisor in the mid 1980s, Tatum said the ward "needs a stronger voice." If elected, Tatum said he would fight to ensure that all city employees who pursue higher education will receive pay increases, push for a stronger emphasis on vocational and technical degrees that could help citizens quickly obtain employment, and implore local employers to exercise leniency in hiring folks with criminal records or bad credit.