Tuesday, February 28, 2012
Posted by EOD at 10:25 AM
It had been widely rumored that Johnson might not file to run again, due to health problems.
As it currently stands, Johnson will be facing former Manteo police chief, Francis D'Ambra (R) in the May primary, at the same time John Lee Booth, Jr (D) and Alfred Lee Jackson (D) battle it out for the Democratic spot on the November ballot. Meanwhile, Independent candidate Sandy Semans Ross of Stumpy Point has announced her intention of becoming a candidate in the November General Election. Currently, she is collecting signatures to have her name placed on the ballot.
Also filing for the NC House of Representatives (Dist. 6) yesterday, was Jeremy D. Adams of Nags Head, who will join Mattie Jane Lawson of Kill Devil Hills, and Arthur James Williams III of Washington NC on the Republican side of the ballot. Paul Tine of Kitty Hawk has filed as a Democrat.