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2016 Supreme Court Primary Election GUIDE

Monday, April 18, 2016
Absentee voting begins for June 7 primary (contests on June 7 are for
the U.S. House of Representatives and the N.C. Supreme Court Associate
Justice. Some local governments may also schedule special elections to
appear on this ballot)

Friday, May 13, 2016
Voter registration deadline for June 7 primary

Thursday, May 26, 2016
One stop early voting for the June 7 primary begins on March 26 and
ends at 1 p.m. on Saturday, June 4. Some counties may not be open on
the first weekend, or Monday, May 30 (Memorial Day).

Tuesday, May 31, 2016
Last day to request an absentee ballot by mail for June primary contests

Monday, June 6, 2016
5 p.m. deadline for board of elections receipt of voter registration and
absentee ballot request from military-overseas voters (via either the Federal
Postcard Application [FPCA] or the Federal Write-in-Absentee Ballot [FWAB])

Tuesday, June 7, 2016
Primary election day (polls open at 6:30 a.m. and
close at 7:30 p.m.)
Civilian absentee ballot deadline: voted absentee
ballots must be delivered to the appropriate county
elections office by 5:00 p.m. on this day. However,
such ballots postmarked on or before Election Day will be accepted
through Friday, June 10.

Military absentee ballot deadline: Voted military absentee ballots from
voters qualifying under the Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee
Voting Act will be accepted until 5:00 p.m. on June 13 if cast and sent by
Election Day, 12:01 a.m. local time for voter.

CONTENT

Page 2: Overview/Summary of Election Law Changes
Page 3: Voter ID Requirements/Acceptable Photo ID
Page 4-6: Voter ID Exceptions/State Ballot Request Form
Page 7-10: U.S. House of Representatives and the N.C. Supreme Court

Associate Justice Candidates
Page 11-12: County Boards of Elections Contact Information

About the State Board of Elections

The State Board of Elections is charged with overall responsibility for
administration of elections and campaign finance law in North Carolina. The
Board is composed of members nominated by the N.C. Republican Party and
N.C. Democratic Party and appointed by the Governor.

STATE BOARD MEMBERS
A. Grant Whitney, Jr. (Chair)

Rhonda K. Amoroso (Secretary)
James L. Baker
Dr. Maja Kricker

Joshua D. Malcolm

EXECUTIVE STAFF
Kimberly Westbrook Strach, Chief State Election Official & Executive Director

Amy Strange, Deputy Director– Campaign Finance & Operations
Veronica Degraffenreid, Election Preparation & Support Manager

Marc Burris, Information Systems Director
Jackie Hyland, Public Information Officer

Josh Lawson, General Counsel

OVERVIEW OF THIS GUIDE

This Judicial Voter Guide provides information about laws and procedures
that govern the election of judges to the state’s Supreme Court and Court of
Appeals. Candidates are listed on page XX.

VOTER REGISTRATION

Voter Registration forms can be found on the State Board of Elections
website at: http://go.usa.gov/cQx5T

SUMMARY OF RECENT ELECTION LAW CHANGES

SAME-DAY REGISTRATION
Same day registration is available during the one-stop early voting period that
begins Thursday, May 26 and ends at 1 p.m. on Saturday, June 4. For details
about registration or to find out more about one-stop early voting options for
your county, please contact your county board of elections office (see pages XX
– XX) or visit www.ncsbe.gov.

PROPER PRECINT VOTING
If you choose to vote early, you may vote at any one-stop early voting location
in the county of your residence. Be aware that if you vote outside your properly
assigned precinct on June 7, you risk losing the opportunity to vote in all contests
for which you are eligible. For this reason, voters are strongly urged to vote in
their properly assigned precincts.

VOTING BY PERSONS IN CARE FACILITIES
Each county elections office will assemble Multipartisan Assistance Teams (MATs)
to assist voters living in hospitals, clinics, nursing homes, and rest homes with
mail-in absentee voting. MATs are available to voters who need assistance with
mail-in absentee voting, but do not have a near relative or guardian available to
help. Care facilities can arrange for MATs visits. For more information, contact
your local county elections office (see pages XX-XX).

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VOTER ID

Most voters must now show acceptable photo ID at the polls. This guide
contains information about voter ID requirements and exceptions provided by
law (S.L. 2013-381, S.L. 2014-111, and S.L. 2015-103). You may vote with any
of the photo IDs listed below. Free photo IDs are available from the Division of
Motor Vehicles (DMV). There are ways to vote even if you cannot obtain
acceptable photo ID before the election (see exceptions on page XX).
For additional information or assistance, please contact the State Board of Elections
Voter Outreach Team at 1-866-522-4723 or [email protected]

WHAT TYPES OF PHOTO IDS ARE ACCEPTABLE?
To obtain a free ID from the DMV, you must

provide the following:

* Cards issued by North Carolina recognized tribes and approved by the State Board of Elections are acceptable for
voting if they have an expiration date and are unexpired. Cards issued by federally recognized tribes are acceptable if
they have an expiration date and are unexpired, or if they have an issuance date and were issued within eight years.

If you do not have one of the forms of photo ID
above, you can get a free ID from the DMV.

To obtain a free ID from the DMV, please go to any driver license
office or DMV mobile unit, state that you are there for your free NC
identification card, and provide the following:
• two documents that prove your age and identify
(examples: birth certificate, court documents or tax forms)
• one document to prove your North Carolina residency
(examples: a lease, voter registration card, or utility bill)
• your social security number

DMV locations may be found at www.voterID.nc.gov.

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Voter ID Exceptions

DECLARATION OF REASONABLE IMPEDIMENT
A voter claiming that a reasonable impediment prevents him or her from
obtaining acceptable photo ID, must:

1. Complete and sign a declaration of reasonable impediment form, which
describes the impediment. The form must be completed truthfully;
completing the form fraudulently is punishable as a Class I felony under
G.S. § 163-275(13).

2. Provide one of the following alternative forms of identification:

• The last four digits of his or her social security number and
birthdate; OR

• A copy of his or her voter registration card; OR

• A copy of a utility bill, bank statement, paycheck, government
check, or other government document bearing the voter’s
current name and address.

NOTE: A voter who fails to provide one of the alternative forms of identiöcation
at the polls must return to the county elections office and present the required
identiöcation by 12:00 p.m. on Monday, June 13.

Voters who are unable to obtain an acceptable photo ID due to a reasonable
impediment may still vote a provisional ballot at the polls. (Examples of a
reasonable impediment include but are not limited to the lack of proper
documents, family obligations, transportation problems, work schedule,
illness or disability.)

A voter’s provisional ballot will be counted unless the county board of elections
finds that the declared impediment is factually false, merely denigrates the
photo ID requirement, or is obviously nonsensical.

Any registered voter of the county may challenge the factual veracity of the
declared impediment. If a challenge is made, the voter will be provided notice
and an opportunity to be heard by the county board of elections.

VOTING ABSENTEE BALLOT BY MAIL?
Photo ID is not required in order to cast a mail-in absentee ballot. Absentee
ballot request forms are available online, at the county board of elections, at
all one-stop early voting locations, and may be submitted until 5:00 p.m. on
May 31.

NEED OFFICIAL DOCUMENTS?
If you were born or married in North Carolina, you are eligible for a free birth
or marriage certiöcate for the purpose of obtaining your NC Identification
Card for voting. Please contact the NC Office of Vital Records at (919) 733-
3000 or your county’s register of deeds office to request a certified copy of
your records for voting purposes. If you were born or married out-of-state,
please contact that state’s vital records office to receive a certified copy.

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Voter ID Exceptions

OVER THE AGE OF 70?
If you are 70 years of age or older, you may use any acceptable photo ID
that has been expired for any length of time, provided the photo ID expired
on or after your 70th birthday.

OTHER CIRCUMSTANCES?
Additional options exist for voters with a sincerely held religious objection to
being photographed, voters who are victims of certain declared natural disasters,
and newly registered voters who possess a driver license or non-operator license
issued within the United States. For details, visit VoterID.nc.gov.

STATE BALLOT REQUEST FORM

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
A person must be a registered voter in his or her North Carolina county
of residence in order to request an absentee ballot. A person who is not
registered to vote in the proper county must submit a voter registration
application along with this form. Voter registration applications are available
online at www.ncsbe.gov. The deadline to register to vote is 25 days prior to
the date of the election.

COMPLETING THE FORM
The voter’s full name, residential address, date of birth and an identification
number (see proof of identification below) must be provided on this form. This
information will be used to confirm the registration. In addition, this form must
be signed by the voter or the voter’s near relative or qualified legal guardian.

WHO MAY MAKE A REQUEST FOR AN ABSENTEE BALLOT?
The voter or the voter’s near relative or qualified legal guardian may request
an absentee ballot. A “near relative” is defined as the voter’s spouse, brother,
sister, parent, grandparent, child, grandchild, mother-in-law, father-in-law,
daughter-in-law, son-in-law, stepparent, or stepchild.

WHO MAY NOT MAKE A REQUEST FOR AN ABSENTEE BALLOT
If a registered voter is a patient in any hospital, clinic, nursing home or rest
home in this state, it is unlawful for any owner, manager, director, employee,
or other person other than the voter’s near relative or verifiable legal guardian,
to request an absentee ballot on behalf of the voter. The voter’s county board
of elections should be contacted if a voter in a hospital, clinic, nursing home
or rest home in this state needs assistance requesting or voting an absentee
ballot.

UPDATING VOTER INFORMATION
This form may serve as a voter change form; however, changes in voter
registration may only be made by the voter.

PROOF OF IDENTIFICATION
If the voter’s identification number (NC driver license number, NC DMV issued
identification card number, or last four digits of social security number) is not
provided, a copy of one of the following must be provided along with this request:

• A current and valid photo identification, or

• A document that shows the name and residential address of the voter:
a current utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck, or
other government document.

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State Ballot Request Form (Cont.)

BALLOT AVAILABILITY
Absentee balloting materials are mailed to voters once ballots for an election
are available. For most elections, ballots will be available 50 days prior to the
date of the election. Absentee ballots are available 60 days prior to the date of
a statewide general election and 30 days prior to the date of a city or municipal
election.

SUBMIT THE FORM
This form must be submitted to the voter’s county board of elections no later than
5:00 p.m. on the Tuesday before the date of the election. This form may be mailed,
faxed, emailed, or delivered in person. Contact information for all county boards of
elections is available at ncsbe.gov. The status of an absentee request may also be
checked on this website.

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U.S. House of Representatives and the N.C. Supreme
Court Associate Justice CANDIDATES

Michael R. (Mike) Morgan

Place of residence: Raleigh
Education: JD with honors, NC Central University School
of Law, 1979; BA, History and Sociology, Duke University, 1976
Occupation: Superior Court Judge
Employer: State of North Carolina, Administrative Office of the Courts
Date admitted to the bar: 1980
Legal/Judicial experience: Superior Court Judge, 2005-Present; District
Court Judge, 1994-2004; State Administrative Law Judge, 1989-1994; Staff
attorney, NC Department of Justice, 1980-1989; Research Assistant, NC
Department of Justice, 1979-1980

CANDIDATE STATEMENT

I am proud to run for the position of Associate Justice of the Supreme Court
on the strength of the diversity of my professional, teaching and community
background which has eminently prepared me with the wealth of experience
which this judicial office inherently requires. With more than 26 years of
current judicial service, 24 years of current teaching tenure at The National
Judicial College instructing other judges and a long record of community
involvement and uplift, I have a unique preparation in the ability to legally
analyze, assiduously study yet humanly understand the challenges of society
with which the Supreme Court is presented. As a Supreme Court Justice, I
shall continue my judicial and personal commitment to promote and preserve
fairness, impartiality and justice for all in North Carolina’s court system.
Please visit my website at www.judgemichaelmorgan.com for more
information about my credentials and this campaign. I humbly ask for your
vote and support, and thank you for your consideration.

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U.S. House of Representatives and the N.C. Supreme
Court Associate Justice CANDIDATES (cont.)

Daniel Robertson

Place of residence: Advance, N.C.
Education: University of Mississippi School of Law,
Juris Doctor, 1984 University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill,
B.A. with Honors, 1980
Occupation: Attorney

Employer: Self-employed, Law Office of Daniel Robertson

Date admitted to the bar: Mississippi Bar, 1984
North Carolina Bar, 1986
California Bar, 1988
Missouri Bar, 2001

Legal/Judicial experience:
• Law Office of Daniel Robertson
• Bank of the Carolinas, General Counsel
• Shook, Hardy & Bacon, LLP
• Womble, Carlyle, Sandridge & Rice, LLP
• Schall, Boudreau & Gore, Inc
• Federal Law Clerk for U.S. Bankruptcy Judge James W. Meyers
• Federal Law Clerk for U.S. District Judge Glen H. Davidson
• Federal Law Clerk for U.S. District Judge Tom S. Lee
• Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Space Law
• Member, Mississippi Law Journal

CANDIDATE STATEMENT

Unlike most of the candidates for the Supreme Court, I am a political outsider
who has never held political office, lives outside the Raleigh beltway and has
extensive experience working directly for North Carolina citizens and businesses.
I therefore know the struggles most citizens and businesses face to survive in
a world filled with burdensome regulations, taxes and requirements imposed
by a government clearly divorced from its own people. As a result of my many
years of legal experience, I know the legal system, how it works, sometimes
doesn’t, and why. I want to serve on the North Carolina Supreme Court to
ensure that the rights and liberties of all North Carolinians are fully preserved
and that the laws are equally and fairly applied to all -- regardless of their
wealth, connections, power or politics.

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U.S. House of Representatives and the N.C. Supreme
Court Associate Justice CANDIDATES (Cont.)

Robert Edmunds

Place of residence: Greensboro
Education: AB, Vassar College; JD, UNC-CH; LLM, UVa

Occupation: Senior Associate Justice
Employer: Supreme Court of North Carolina
Date admitted to the bar: 1975
Legal/Judicial experience: Assistant District Attorney; Assistant United
States Attorney; United States Attorney, Middle District of North Carolina
Partner, Stern & Klepfer; Judge, North Carolina Court of Appeals; Justice,
Supreme Court of North Carolina

CANDIDATE STATEMENT

As the only candidate with experience on the Supreme Court, my record is an
open book. The opinions I have written are available at www.nccourts.org.
These opinions demonstrate impartiality, respect for our state and Federal
constitutions, and dedication to the rule of law. As a result, I enjoy bipartisan
support of most of North Carolina’s leading lawyers, including four former
Chief Justices, former presidents of the North Carolina State Bar and North
Carolina Bar Association, and almost all of North Carolina’s elected sheriffs.
The best guide to my qualifications is the judgment of those who have
observed my work. In 2006, United States Chief Justice Rehnquist asked
me to be the only state judge on the Federal Criminal Rules Committee.
Chief Justice Roberts later reappointed me to that committee. Other judges
selected me to chair the 2015 Appellate Judges Education Institute and to co-
edit the American Bar Association’s Judges Journal. I will become Chair-elect
of the American Bar Association’s Appellate Judges Conference this June. I
have been elected to the American Law Institute. I did not seek any of these
positions. My peers asked me to undertake them.
For additional details, please visit my web page, www.JusticeEdmunds.com.

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U.S. House of Representatives and the N.C. Supreme
Court Associate Justice CANDIDATES (cont.)

Sabra J. Faires

Place of residence: Wake County
Education: UNC-Chapel Hill School of Law, J.D. with
honors; Davidson College, B.A., cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa
Occupation: Attorney
Employer: Bailey & Dixon, LLP
Date admitted to the bar: 1980
Legal/Judicial experience: Over 35 years of professional legal experi-
ence including legislative, administrative, and private practice.
• Non-partisan legal counsel to GOP and Democrat legislative
leaders and committees.
• Assistant Secretary, NC Department of Revenue.
• Attorney at Office of Administrative Hearings.
• Past president of Administrative Law Section of NC Bar
Association.
• Rated Best Lawyer by peers in both tax and administrative law.

CANDIDATE STATEMENT

I am an independent unaffiliated voter and am running for supreme court
justice to get politics out of our highest court. If elected, I pledge to be diligent
and fair and to apply the law without ideological agenda. I fought for the right
to run in this election by successfully challenging an unconstitutional law passed
last year by the NC legislature prohibiting everyone but the current justice from
running. But for my lawsuit, voters would not have a choice in this election.
I value impartiality and fairness and have consistently applied these values
throughout my career. My record of fairness and my experience on three sides
of the law – writing laws, enforcing laws, and interpreting laws for clients - gives
me a unique perspective on the intent and language of the law and makes me
a uniquely qualified candidate.
Visit me and learn more at www.sabrajeanfairesforjustice.com
I would be honored to serve you on the Supreme Court and I appreciate your vote.

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COUNTY BOARDS OF ELECTIONS

ALAMANCE CARTERET DUPLIN
115 SOUTH MAPLE STREET 1702 LIVE OAK ST, SUITE 200 PO BOX 975
GRAHAM, NC 27253 BEAUFORT, NC 28516 KENANSVILLE, NC 28349
910-296-2170
336-570-6755 252-728-8460

ALEXANDER CASWELL DURHAM
P.O. BOX 326 PO BOX 698 PO BOX 868
TAYLORSVILLE, NC 28681 YANCEYVILLE, NC 27379 DURHAM, NC 27702
919-560-0700
828-632-2990 336-694-4010

ALLEGHANY CATAWBA EDGECOMBE
P.O. BOX 65 PO BOX 132 PO BOX 10
SPARTA, NC 28675 NEWTON, NC 28658 TARBORO, NC 27886
252-641-7852
336-372-4557 828-464-2424
FORSYTH
ANSON CHATHAM 201 N. CHESTNUT STREET
P.O. BOX 768 PO BOX 111 WINSTON SALEM, NC 27101
WADESBORO, NC 28170 PITTSBORO, NC 27312 336-703-2800
704-994-3223
919-545-8500 FRANKLIN
PO BOX 180
ASHE CHEROKEE LOUISBURG, NC 27549
150 GOVERNMENT CIRCLE, STE 2100 40 PEACHTREE STREET 919-496-3898
JEFFERSON, NC 28640 MURPHY, NC 28906
336-846-5570 GASTON
828-837-6670 P O BOX 1396
GASTONIA, NC 28053
AVERY CHOWAN 704-852-6005
P.O. BOX 145 730 N GRANVILLE STREET
NEWLAND, NC 28657 EDENTON, NC 27932 GATES
PO BOX 621
828-733-8282 252-482-4010 GATESVILLE, NC 27938
252-357-1780
BEAUFORT CLAY
P.O. BOX 1016 54 CHURCH ST GRAHAM
WASHINGTON, NC 27889 HAYESVILLE, NC 28904 PO BOX 1239
252-946-2321 828-389-6812 ROBBINSVILLE, NC 28771
828-479-7969
BERTIE CLEVELAND
P.O. BOX 312 PO BOX 1299 GRANVILLE
WINDSOR, NC 27983 SHELBY, NC 28151 PO BOX 83
704-484-4858 OXFORD, NC 27565
252-794-5306 919-693-2515

BLADEN COLUMBUS GREENE
P.O. BOX 512 PO BOX 37 PO BOX 583
ELIZABETHTOWN, NC 28337 WHITEVILLE, NC 28472 SNOW HILL, NC 28580
910-640-6609 252-747-5921
910-862-6951
GUILFORD
BRUNSWICK CRAVEN P O BOX 3427
P.O. BOX 2 406 CRAVEN STREET GREENSBORO, NC 27402
BOLIVIA, NC 28422 NEW BERN, NC 28560 336-641-3836
252-636-6610
910-253-2620 HALIFAX
PO BOX 101
BUNCOMBE CUMBERLAND HALIFAX, NC 27839
P.O. BOX 7468 227 FOUNTAINHEAD LANE, SUITE 101 252-583-4391
ASHEVILLE, NC 28802 FAYETTEVILLE, NC 28301
828-250-4200 910-678-7733 HARNETT
PO BOX 356
BURKE CURRITUCK LILLINGTON, NC 27546
P.O. BOX 798 PO BOX 177 910-893-7553
MORGANTON, NC 28680 CURRITUCK, NC 27929
828-764-9010 252-232-2525 HAYWOOD
63 ELMWOOD WAY,
CABARRUS DARE SUITE A
P.O. BOX 1315 P.O. BOX 1000 WAYNESVILLE, NC 28786
CONCORD, NC 28026 MANTEO, NC 27954 828-452-6633
704-920-2860 252-475-5631

CALDWELL DAVIDSON
P.O. BOX 564 P O BOX 1084
LENOIR, NC 28645 LEXINGTON, NC 27293
828-757-1326 336-242-2190

CAMDEN DAVIE HENDERSON
P.O. BOX 206 161 POPLAR ST. SUITE 102 PO BOX 2090
MOCKSVILLE, NC 27028 HENDERSONVILLE, NC 28793
CAMDEN, NC 27921 336-753-6072 828-697-4970
252-338-5530

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COUNTY BOARDS OF ELECTIONS (Cont.)

HERTFORD MITCHELL RANDOLPH
PO BOX 416 11 N MITCHELL AVE, ROOM 108 158 WORTH STREET,
WINTON, NC 27986 BAKERSVILLE, NC 28705 SHAW BUILDING
252-358-7812 828-688-3101 ASHEBORO, NC 27203
336-318-6900
HOKE MONTGOMERY
PO BOX 1565 PO BOX 607 RICHMOND
RAEFORD, NC 28376 TROY, NC 27371 PO BOX 1843
910-875-8751 ext:1550 910-572-2024 ROCKINGHAM, NC 28380
910-997-8253
HYDE MOORE
PO BOX 152 PO BOX 787 ROBESON
SWAN QUARTER, NC 27885 CARTHAGE, NC 28327 PO BOX 2159
252-926-4194 910-947-3868 LUMBERTON, NC 28359
910-671-3080
IREDELL NASH
203 STOCKTON ST. PO BOX 305 ROCKINGHAM
STATESVILLE, NC 28677 NASHVILLE, NC 27856 PO BOX 22
704-878-3140 252-459-1350 WENTWORTH, NC 27375
336-342-8107
JACKSON NEW HANOVER
876 SKYLAND DRIVE, SUITE 1 230 GOVERNMENT CENTER DR. SUITE 38 ROWAN
SYLVA, NC 28779 WILMINGTON, NC 28403 130 W. INNES ST.
828-586-7538 910-798-7330 SALISBURY, NC 28144
704-216-8140
JOHNSTON NORTHAMPTON
PO BOX 1172 PO BOX 603 RUTHERFORD
SMITHFIELD, NC 27577 JACKSON, NC 27845 PO BOX 927
919-989-5095 252-534-5681 RUTHERFORDTON, NC 28139
828-287-6030
JONES ONSLOW
PO BOX 263 4024 RICHLANDS HWY SAMPSON
TRENTON, NC 28585 JACKSONVILLE, NC 28540 120 COUNTY COMPLEX ROAD
252-448-3921 910-455-4484 SUITE 110
CLINTON, NC 28328
LEE ORANGE 910-592-5796
PO BOX 1443 PO BOX 220
SANFORD, NC 27331 HILLSBOROUGH, NC 27278 SCOTLAND
919-718-4646 919-245-2350 231 EAST CRONLY ST,
SUITE 305
LENOIR PAMLICO LAURINBURG, NC 28352
PO BOX 3503 PO BOX 464 910-277-2595
KINSTON, NC 28502 BAYBORO, NC 28515
252-523-0636 252-745-4821 STANLY
PO BOX 1309
LINCOLN PASQUOTANK ALBEMARLE, NC 28002
115 W. MAIN ST, ROOM 201 PO BOX 1797 704-986-3647
LINCOLNTON, NC 28092 ELIZABETH CITY, NC 27906
704-736-8480 252-335-1739 STOKES
PO BOX 34
MACON PENDER DANBURY, NC 27016
5 WEST MAIN ST PO BOX 1232 336-593-2409
FRANKLIN, NC 28734 BURGAW, NC 28425
828-349-2034 910-259-1220 SURRY
201 E. KAPP STREET
MADISON PERQUIMANS DOBSON, NC 27017
PO BOX 142 PO BOX 336 336-401-8225
MARSHALL, NC 28753 HERTFORD, NC 27944
828-649-3731 252-426-5598 SWAIN
PO BOX 133
MARTIN PERSON BRYSON CITY, NC 28713
PO BOX 801 331 SOUTH MORGAN STREET 828-488-6177
WILLIAMSTON, NC 27892 ROXBORO, NC 27573
252-789-4317 336-597-1727 TRANSYLVANIA
P O BOX 868
MCDOWELL PITT BREVARD, NC 28712
PO BOX 1509 PO BOX 56 828-884-3114
MARION, NC 28752 GREENVILLE, NC 27835
828-652-7121 ext:342 252-902-3300 TYRRELL
PO BOX 449
MECKLENBURG POLK COLUMBIA, NC 27925
PO BOX 31788 PO BOX 253 252-796-0775
CHARLOTTE, NC 28231 COLUMBUS, NC 28722
704-336-2133 828-894-8181

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