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NC Deep Dive

Diving in to local issues within Holly Springs and Fuquay Varina, building community, sharing perspectives, and keeping you better informed!

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Stepping Up: A Bald Hope in the Fight Against Childhood Cancer
Every community has its heroes, and today, I'm honored to sit with one of Wake County's very own, Justin Crawford. An entrepreneur who's taken his expertise from the finance world to foster healthier living environments through Green Home Solutions, Justin's story is one of determination, family values, and unmistakable community spirit. Our conversation traverses his transition from investment banking to prioritizing indoor air quality.  We celebrate his profound sense of local engagement and involvement in everything from the Fuquay Varina Downtown Association to festive occasions that bind the community, while considering the larger fabric of support that enriches family life and community charm. Tune in as we dive into Justin's latest endeavors to fund childhood cancer research and bring the community together, yet again. He's stepping up to shave his head for the St. Baldrick's Foundation at an event at Fainting Goat in Fuquay Varina on Sunday, March 24th from 1-6 PM and is ready to rock the Guy Fieri look in the meantime for the St. Patrick's Day parade in Raleigh if his goal is met.  We shed light on the immense value of the foundations funding much needed research for new medications and maybe even a cure as well as our local organizations that provide comfort and joy to children enduring major medical treatments, illuminating the powerful impact of individual contributions, whether they're monetary, in-kind, or simply the act of showing up.Wrapping up our heartfelt dialogue, it's not just about getting to know the man behind Green Home Solutions; it's about recognizing the resilience and strength that emerges when we rally together for the common good. Through this episode, you'll not only gain insight into the invaluable work done by local organizations for children with serious illnesses but also leave with a reminder of the remarkable changes we can effect, simply by being there for one another. From my own experience through my daughter's journey to those touched by these organizations, one fundamental truth shines through: every ounce of support counts. Might you be willing to help?To contribute directly to Justin's St. Baldrick's fundraiser, you may visit:https://www.stbaldricks.org/participants/mypage/1137290/2024Justin CrawfordGreen Home Solutions(919) 473-6053ghsraleigh@greenhomesolutions.comMeg's Smile FoundationZach's Toy ChestSupport the showAs always, if you are interested in being on or sponsoring the podcast or if you have any particular issues, thoughts, or questions you'd like explored on the podcast, please email NCDeepDive@gmail.com. Your contributions would be greatly appreciated.Now, let's dive in!
49:05 3/13/24
Democratic Ballot-NC Superintendent of Public Instruction -- C.R. Katie Eddings, Maurice (Mo) Green, & Kenon Crumble
Explore the narratives and strategies propelling three dynamic candidates forward in the gripping race for the Democratic nomination for the NC Superintendent of Public Instruction. Join us as we illuminate the campaigns of CR Katie Eddings, Maurice "Mo" Green, and Kenon Crumble. Peel back the layers of their educational philosophies and career milestones, and discover how they plan to revitalize our state's educational system. From Eddings' 2019 Boroughs Welcome Fund North Central Region Teacher of the Year accolade to Green's transformative impact on Guilford County schools to Crumble's strategic plans, we're unearthing the root of their visions for North Carolina's future.With the election on the horizon, we're casting a spotlight on your vital role in this democratic process. This isn't just another political race; it's a pivotal moment for civic engagement and for laying the groundwork for the next generation. We invite you to be an active participant in shaping our community's future—your voice matters, and your vote is a powerful tool for advancement. By embracing our collective aspirations and upholding the values that connect us all, we can join together to author the next chapter of North Carolina's educational journey.C.R. Katie Eddings, Maurice (Mo) Green, & Kenon CrumbleNC Deep Dive’s Voters’ Guide for the 2024 Primary ElectionBallotpediaWRAL’s Voters’ GuideRaleigh News & Observer Voters’ GuideINDY Week’s Candidate QuestionnaireCampaign Finance Reports for All Candidate Committees Voter Information --Register to Vote --Voter Info (Designated Polling Places, Sample Ballots, Registration Status, Voting Jurisdiction, Verify Address and Party Affiliation) --Election Information --Election Day Voting FAQs--Absentee by Mail FAQs Closest Early Voting Locations February 15th-March 2ndW.E. Hunt Recreation Center in Holly SpringsHilltop Needmore Town Park & Preserve2024 Primary Election Early Voting Bus Route Guide ELECTION DAY Tuesday, March Support the showAs always, if you are interested in being on or sponsoring the podcast or if you have any particular issues, thoughts, or questions you'd like explored on the podcast, please email NCDeepDive@gmail.com. Your contributions would be greatly appreciated.Now, let's dive in!
47:35 2/26/24
Republican Ballot: NC Superintendent of Public Instruction -- Michele Morrow & Catherine Truitt
Discover the critical distinctions in educational policy and leadership philosophies as we examine the Republican primary for NC's Superintendent of Public Instruction. Feel the pulse of NC's future as we spotlight the compelling race between Michele Morrow and Catherine Truitt, offering an insightful analysis of their platforms. Morrow, with her commitment to academic focus, school safety, and fiscal responsibility, sharply criticizes the current superintendent's policies, while Truitt's breadth of experience—from the classroom to legislative halls—underpins her dedication to closing achievement gaps and boosting literacy.Engage with the complexities of educational reform as we break down the contentious issues shaping this election. Hear firsthand how Morrow's campaign is challenging the status quo, advocating against Critical Race Theory and for stronger parental rights in education. Meanwhile, Truitt's narrative unfolds as a seasoned educator and policy maker, striving to improve reading proficiency and student engagement. Their contrasting views on discipline, school safety, and curriculum standards paint a vivid picture of what's at stake for students and parents in NC. Join us, ensuring you're equipped with the knowledge to cast an informed vote.Michele Morrow & Catherine TruittNC Deep Dive’s Voters’ Guide for the 2024 Primary ElectionBallotpediaWRAL’s Voters’ GuideRaleigh News & Observer Voters’ GuideINDY Week’s Candidate QuestionnaireCampaign Finance Reports for All Candidate CommitteesVoter Information --Register to Vote --Voter Info (Designated Polling Places, Sample Ballots, Registration Status, Voting Jurisdiction, Verify Address and Party Affiliation) --Election Information --Election Day Voting FAQs--Absentee by Mail FAQs Closest Early Voting Locations February 15th-March 2ndW.E. Hunt Recreation Center in Holly SpringsHilltop Needmore Town Park & Preserve2024 Primary Election Early Voting Bus Route Guide ELECTION DAY Tuesday, March 5th from 6:30 AM to 7:30 PMSupport the showAs always, if you are interested in being on or sponsoring the podcast or if you have any particular issues, thoughts, or questions you'd like explored on the podcast, please email NCDeepDive@gmail.com. Your contributions would be greatly appreciated.Now, let's dive in!
32:43 2/26/24
Democratic Ballot: NC Commissioner of Insurance -- Natasha Marcus & David Wheeler
Get ready to uncover the strategies and stakes in the 2024 Democratic primary for NC Commissioner of Insurance. We're peeling back the political curtain to reveal the inner workings of Natasha Marcus's bid, a state senator with a sharp focus on consumer protection and fair insurance rates. Her charge against the current commissioner's industry-friendly policies sets the stage for an electoral showdown. We dissect Senator Marcus's arsenal of endorsements, her grassroots fundraising prowess, and the policy chops that have fueled her ascent in the Democratic ranks. Not to be overshadowed, we also profile David Wheeler and his extensive, visionary plan. The endorsements and community support backing his candidacy, especially as he is the only candidate for Council of State who lives west of Charlotte, underscore his readiness to reimagine the Department of Insurance.This session is a goldmine of information for those tracking the pulse of North Carolina politics. Join us for an episode that not only scrutinizes the candidates' platforms but also connects their visions directly to the North Carolinian lives they aim to serve.Natasha Marcus & David WheelerNC Deep Dive’s Voters’ Guide for the 2024 Primary ElectionBallotpediaWRAL’s Voters’ GuideRaleigh News & Observer Voters’ GuideINDY Week’s Candidate QuestionnaireCampaign Finance Reports for All Candidate CommitteesVoter Information --Register to Vote --Voter Info (Designated Polling Places, Sample Ballots, Registration Status, Voting Jurisdiction, Verify Address and Party Affiliation) --Election Information --Election Day Voting FAQs--Absentee by Mail FAQs Closest Early Voting Locations February 15th-March 2ndW.E. Hunt Recreation Center in Holly SpringsHilltop Needmore Town Park & Preserve2024 Primary Election Early Voting Bus Route Guide ELECTION DAY Tuesday, March 5th from 6:30 AM to 7:30 PMSupport the showAs always, if you are interested in being on or sponsoring the podcast or if you have any particular issues, thoughts, or questions you'd like explored on the podcast, please email NCDeepDive@gmail.com. Your contributions would be greatly appreciated.Now, let's dive in!
47:41 2/25/24
Republican Ballot: NC Commissioner of Insurance -- Andrew Marcus, C. Robert Brawley, & Mike Causey
Prepare to be captivated as we scrutinize the high-stakes skirmish for NC's Insurance Commissioner position, where the Republican primary is setting the stage for a transformative battle. We've got the scoop on three distinct contenders: the reform-minded Andrew Marcus, public service veteran C. Robert Brawley, and the incumbent aiming for continuity, Mike Causey. Uncover the intricacies of their platforms, from Marcus' taxpayer championing and anti-fraud strategies to Brawley's consumer protection ethos and Causey's efficiency improvements.By the end of our episode, you'll be well-equipped with a nuanced understanding of the candidates who are vying to oversee the state's insurance policies. Whether it's Marcus' pledge to combat external influences, Brawley's strategic focus on safer infrastructures, or Causey's battle against rate hikes, these narratives are essential for informed voting. Join us as we unravel the layers of policy, personality, and politics that will shape the future of insurance in North Carolina.NC Deep Dive’s Voters’ Guide for the 2024 Primary ElectionBallotpediaWRAL’s Voters’ GuideRaleigh News & Observer Voters’ GuideINDY Week’s Candidate QuestionnaireCampaign Finance Reports for All Candidate CommitteesVoter Information --Register to Vote --Voter Info (Designated Polling Places, Sample Ballots, Registration Status, Voting Jurisdiction, Verify Address and Party Affiliation) --Election Information --Election Day Voting FAQs--Absentee by Mail FAQs Closest Early Voting Locations February 15th-March 2ndW.E. Hunt Recreation Center in Holly SpringsHilltop Needmore Town Park & Preserve2024 Primary Election Early Voting Bus Route Guide ELECTION DAY Tuesday, March 5th from 6:30 AM to 7:30 PMSupport the showAs always, if you are interested in being on or sponsoring the podcast or if you have any particular issues, thoughts, or questions you'd like explored on the podcast, please email NCDeepDive@gmail.com. Your contributions would be greatly appreciated.Now, let's dive in!
34:18 2/24/24
Democratic Ballot: NC Treasurer -- Gabe Esparza & Wesley Harris
Have you ever wondered what drives a person to serve their community at the highest level of state government? Step inside the compelling journeys of Gabe Esparza and Wesley Harris, Democratic candidates in the North Carolina Treasurer race, whose stories are as rich as the policies they advocate for. Gabe's narrative is a testament to the American Dream, with immigrant roots leading to seismic shifts in public safety through Rapid SOS and fortifying small businesses via the US Small Business Administration. On the flip side, Wesley Harris brings a future-focused lens to the table, aiming to ensure North Carolina's financial resilience through sound investments and unwavering commitment to the state's credit rating.As we unpack the significance of these often-overlooked primary races, remember that your vote is the cornerstone of our communities. This episode isn't just a dialogue on candidates and their platforms; it's a clarion call to embrace our role as architects of democracy. By tuning in, you're not just listening—you're stepping up to the proverbial plate, ready to swing for the fences of informed citizenship and robust participation. Join the conversation, and let's collectively strengthen the heartbeat of our democracy in North Carolina and beyond.Gabe Esparza & Wesley HarrisNC Deep Dive’s Voters’ Guide for the 2024 Primary ElectionBallotpediaWRAL’s Voters’ GuideRaleigh News & Observer Voters’ GuideINDY Week’s Candidate QuestionnaireCampaign Finance Reports for All Candidate Committees Voter Information --Register to Vote --Voter Info (Designated Polling Places, Sample Ballots, Registration Status, Voting Jurisdiction, Verify Address and Party Affiliation) --Election Information --Election Day Voting FAQs--Absentee by Mail FAQs Closest Early Voting Locations February 15th-March 2ndW.E. Hunt Recreation Center in Holly SpringsHilltop Needmore Town Park & Preserve2024 Primary Election Early Voting Bus Route Guide ELECTION DAY Tuesday, March 5th from 6:30 AM to 7:30 PMSupport the showAs always, if you are interested in being on or sponsoring the podcast or if you have any particular issues, thoughts, or questions you'd like explored on the podcast, please email NCDeepDive@gmail.com. Your contributions would be greatly appreciated.Now, let's dive in!
28:40 2/21/24
Republican Ballot: NC Treasurer - A.J. Daoud, Rachel Johnson, & Brad Briner
Get ready to unlock the intricacies of the North Carolina Treasurer Seat's Republican primary race between candidates AJ Daoud, Rachel Johnson, and Brad Briner. Step into the fray where the financial future of North Carolina hangs in the balance, with a keen focus on what each candidate's unique history and strategy mean for your wallet and our state's economic health.This episode isn't just about the who, but also the how – how the North Carolina Retirement Systems (NCRS) might undergo transformative reforms with a new Treasurer at the helm. Don't miss out on this comprehensive political chess game where the moves made today dictate the fiscal future of North Carolina. Stay informed on the candidates, their platforms, and what it all really means as you prepare to cast your vote.A.J. Daoud, Rachel Johnson, & Brad BrinerNC Deep Dive’s Voters’ Guide for the 2024 Primary ElectionBallotpediaWRAL’s Voters’ GuideRaleigh News & Observer Voters’ GuideINDY Week’s Candidate QuestionnaireCampaign Finance Reports for All Candidate CommitteesVoter Information --Register to Vote --Voter Info (Designated Polling Places, Sample Ballots, Registration Status, Voting Jurisdiction, Verify Address and Party Affiliation) --Election Information --Election Day Voting FAQs--Absentee by Mail FAQs Closest Early Voting Locations February 15th-March 2ndW.E. Hunt Recreation Center in Holly SpringsHilltop Needmore Town Park & Preserve2024 Primary Election Early Voting Bus Route Guide ELECTION DAY Tuesday, March 5th from 6:30 AM to 7:30 PMSupport the showAs always, if you are interested in being on or sponsoring the podcast or if you have any particular issues, thoughts, or questions you'd like explored on the podcast, please email NCDeepDive@gmail.com. Your contributions would be greatly appreciated.Now, let's dive in!
32:25 2/20/24
Democratic Ballot: NC Supreme Court Associate Justice Seat 6 - Allison Riggs & Lora Christine Cubbage
Join us as we spotlight the 2024 Primary Election showdown for the NC Supreme Court Associate Justice, Seat 6, and I'll take you behind the bench to reveal the profound stories and legal acumen of Democratic contenders Justice Allison Riggs and Judge Laura Christine Cubbage. Discover how Riggs' tenure at the Southern Coalition for Social Justice and her recent appointment by Governor Roy Cooper underline her commitment to equal justice. We'll peer into her campaign's backbone, examining her endorsements and the principles that steer her pursuit for a full term on the high court.Transitioning from the courtroom to the community, we delve into Judge Cubbage's extraordinary evolution from a letter mail carrier and master barber to a venerated legal mind, fiercely advocating for judicial fairness. Her roles as an assistant district attorney and assistant attorney general punctuate a career marked by compassion and a relentless drive for justice in District and Superior Courts. The episode spotlights her current bid for the bench, dissecting the motivations and impact of her candidacy. Tune in for an enlightening journey through the lives and careers of these judicial candidates, each vying to shape the legal destiny of North Carolina. Don't just cast a vote; cast an informed one!Allison Riggs & Lora Christine CubbageNC Deep Dive’s Voters’ Guide for the 2024 Primary ElectionBallotpediaWRAL’s Voters’ GuideRaleigh News & Observer Voters’ GuideINDY Week’s Candidate QuestionnaireCampaign Finance Reports for All Candidate CommitteesVoter Information --Register to Vote --Voter Info (Designated Polling Places, Sample Ballots, Registration Status, Voting Jurisdiction, Verify Address and Party Affiliation) --Election Information --Election Day Voting FAQs--Absentee by Mail FAQs Closest Early Voting Locations February 15th-March 2ndW.E. Hunt Recreation Center in Holly SpringsHilltop Needmore Town Park & Preserve2024 Primary Election Early Voting Bus Route Guide ELECTION DAY Tuesday, March 5th from 6:30 AM to 7:30 PMSupport the showAs always, if you are interested in being on or sponsoring the podcast or if you have any particular issues, thoughts, or questions you'd like explored on the podcast, please email NCDeepDive@gmail.com. Your contributions would be greatly appreciated.Now, let's dive in!
16:33 2/19/24
Republican Ballot: NC Court of Appeals Judge Seat 15 - Chris Freeman & Hunter Murphy
Unlock the secrets behind the Republican race for NC Court of Appeals Judge, Seat 15, as I share a comprehensive analysis of candidates Chris Freeman and Hunter Murphy. . Be informed, be prepared, and join us on this episode to understand the values and experiences shaping the candidates who seek to earn your trust in the upcoming primaries.Chris Freeman & Hunter MurphyNC Deep Dive’s Voters’ Guide for the 2024 Primary ElectionBallotpediaWRAL’s Voters’ GuideRaleigh News & Observer Voters’ GuideINDY Week’s Candidate QuestionnaireCampaign Finance Reports for All Candidate CommitteesVoter Information --Register to Vote --Voter Info (Designated Polling Places, Sample Ballots, Registration Status, Voting Jurisdiction, Verify Address and Party Affiliation) --Election Information --Election Day Voting FAQs--Absentee by Mail FAQs Closest Early Voting Locations February 15th-March 2ndW.E. Hunt Recreation Center in Holly SpringsHilltop Needmore Town Park & Preserve2024 Primary Election Early Voting Bus Route Guide ELECTION DAY Tuesday, March 5th from 6:30 AM to 7:30 PMSupport the showAs always, if you are interested in being on or sponsoring the podcast or if you have any particular issues, thoughts, or questions you'd like explored on the podcast, please email NCDeepDive@gmail.com. Your contributions would be greatly appreciated.Now, let's dive in!
14:00 2/19/24
Republican Ballot: NC State Senate District 13 - Vicki Harry & Scott Lassiter
Join the journey as Amanda Benbow Lunn unravels the intricacies of the Republican NC State Senate District 13's primary race. This episode promises to arm you with the knowledge needed to navigate the platforms of Vicki Harry and Scott Lassiter, transforming you from a casual observer into an informed voter ready to take on the upcoming primary election.Listen closely as we trace Vicki Harry's path from motherhood to the frontlines of local government, analyzing how her experience as a former teacher and business owner shapes her views on vital issues like the economy and education. Then, the spotlight shifts to Scott Lassiter, whose dedication to community service and his innovative take on non-regulatory advocacy reveal a leader deeply connected to his roots in public service and environmental conservation. No stone is left unturned as we dissect their campaign strategies, endorsements and the distinct visions each holds for the future of North Carolina. Tune in for a comprehensive guide to these pivotal candidates and the passion driving their quest for a seat at the Senate table.Vicki Harry & Scott LassiterNC Deep Dive’s Voters’ Guide for the 2024 Primary ElectionBallotpediaWRAL’s Voters’ GuideRaleigh News & Observer Voters’ GuideINDY Week’s Candidate QuestionnaireCampaign Finance Reports for All Candidate Committees Voter Information --Register to Vote --Voter Info (Designated Polling Places, Sample Ballots, Registration Status, Voting Jurisdiction, Verify Address and Party Affiliation) --Election Information --Election Day Voting FAQs--Absentee by Mail FAQs Closest Early Voting Locations February 15th-March 2ndW.E. Hunt Recreation Center in Holly SpringsHilltop Needmore Town Park & Preserve2024 Primary Election Early Voting Bus Route Guide ELECTION DAY Tuesday, March 5th from 6:30 AM to 7:30 PMSupport the showAs always, if you are interested in being on or sponsoring the podcast or if you have any particular issues, thoughts, or questions you'd like explored on the podcast, please email NCDeepDive@gmail.com. Your contributions would be greatly appreciated.Now, let's dive in!
34:24 2/18/24
Democratic Ballot-NC District Court Judge District 10D Seat 5: Blair Williams & Kevin Boxberger
Discover what it takes to reshape the future of North Carolina's legal landscape with your vote. In this episode we discuss the 2024 Primary Election, focusing on the Democratic North Carolina District Court Judge race for District 10D, Seat 5. With the unexpected twist of Kevin Boxberger redirecting his campaign to another race, Blair Williams emerges as the spotlight candidate. Get ready to be informed and inspired by a candidate who has captured pivotal endorsements and the hearts of the community.As we peel back the layers of Blair Williams' campaign, you'll hear firsthand about the endorsements that bolster his candidacy, like those from the Wake County Voter Education Coalition and the Raleigh Wake Citizens Association. These aren't just stamps of approval; they represent a candidate aligned with the pursuit of community betterment and justice for all. Explore the depth of Williams' legal expertise and his promise to uphold fairness in the court. By the end of our conversation, you'll be equipped with the essential insights to cast an informed vote in the Democratic primary, all while gaining an understanding of the vital role judicial elections play in shaping our society's fabric.Blair Williams & Kevin BoxbergerNC Deep Dive’s Voters’ Guide for the 2024 Primary ElectionBallotpediaWRAL’s Voters’ GuideRaleigh News & Observer Voters’ GuideINDY Week’s Candidate QuestionnaireCampaign Finance Reports for All Candidate CommitteesVoter Information --Register to Vote --Voter Info (Designated Polling Places, Sample Ballots, Registration Status, Voting Jurisdiction, Verify Address and Party Affiliation) --Election Information --Election Day Voting FAQs--Absentee by Mail FAQs Closest Early Voting Locations February 15th-March 2ndW.E. Hunt Recreation Center in Holly SpringsHilltop Needmore Town Park & Preserve2024 Primary Election Early Voting Bus Route Guide ELECTION DAY Tuesday, March 5th from 6:30 AM to 7:30 PMSupport the showAs always, if you are interested in being on or sponsoring the podcast or if you have any particular issues, thoughts, or questions you'd like explored on the podcast, please email NCDeepDive@gmail.com. Your contributions would be greatly appreciated.Now, let's dive in!
10:38 2/18/24
Running Toward Community: The Story of the Holly Springs Runners' Project and the Interplay of Fitness, Philanthropy, and Craft Brews
Embrace the power of community and personal resolve with Ryan Monteleone and Sarah Larson, two local heroes shaping the vibrant heart of Holly Springs. Their inspiring stories unveil the transformational journey of the Holly Springs Runners' Project, from a sole half marathon to a beacon of health and charity in the community. As you listen, you'll uncover the secret ingredients that make this project a catalyst for year-round fitness and philanthropy, all wrapped up in the joy of mutual support and achievement. As the conversation flows, we delve into the innovative concept that marries the love of running with the communal spirit of craft brewing. Discover how Pace Yourself Run Company, an ingenious running store, weathers the storm of a global pandemic by fostering solidarity through sweat and suds. All the races along with the weekly Run Club events open their doors to all—from the fleet-footed to the casual walker to the adaptive athlete—creating a shared space for wellness and wonder. The episode rounds out with Ryan and Sarah's candid reflections on the drive that propels us towards our goals, and the importance of a community that cheers us on every step of the way. They offer a peek into their personal lives, revealing favorite books, relaxation techniques, and childhood dreams. As we look forward to the Holly Springs Runners' Project's upcoming events, we're reminded of the profound impact an enthusiastic "yes" can have on our lives and the lives of those around us. Join us for a heartwarming celebration of connection, resilience, and the simple act of putting one foot in front of the other.Holly Springs Runners' ProjectRace Against the Sun-Endurance Event-Saturday, February 24th 7AM-Sunday, February 25th 7AMNC Spring Classic 5K, 8K, & 16K-Saturday, April 20th around 7AMHolly Springs Half Marathon, 10K, & 5K-Saturday, November 23rdPace Yourself Run Club/Holly Springs Run Club Opportunities*Make sure to check the Pace Yourself Run Club Facebook group beforehand as the following times and events are subject to change.Mondays: Location: Tapline GrowlerTime: 6:30pmDistance: 3 – 5 mile routesPace: ALL PACES WELCOMETuesdays:Location: Pace Yourself Run CompanyTime: 6:30pmDistance: 1, 3, 4, & 5 mile routesPace: ALL PACES WELCOMEWednesdays:Location: Local Time BrewingTime: 6:30pmDistance: 1 & 3 mile routesPace: geared towards walkingThursdays:Location: Bombshell Beer CompanyTime: 6:30pmDistance: 3 & 4 mile routesPace: ALL PACES WELCOMESaturdays:Location: Pace Yourself Run CompanyThe Saturday run from the store doesn’t have an official start time as groups meet up at various times that best fit their schedule. However, runners can still earn a Pace Yourself reward credit by scanning the QR code posted in the window anytime on Saturday mornings as they start, finish or swing by the store during their run.Trail Club:The Trail Club is open to all and meets once a month at special off-site locations. Each run has a range of distances and is open to all levels. Event details areSupport the showAs always, if you are interested in being on or sponsoring the podcast or if you have any particular issues, thoughts, or questions you'd like explored on the podcast, please email NCDeepDive@gmail.com. Your contributions would be greatly appreciated.Now, let's dive in!
38:48 1/22/24
Finding Connection, Community, & Friendship in Adulthood
Have you ever found yourself longing for connection, yearning to overcome the loneliness that can often creep into adult life? We've all been there, and that's why we've invited Steven Kershaw, Yuly Foley, and Samantha Kennedy to lend us their personal stories and insights on navigating this universal challenge. With nuances to their narratives that will have you nodding in agreement, our guests provide a reassuring voice in the often overwhelming quest for friendship and community in adulthood.Our discussion opens up with a deep dive into making friends as adults, exploring the nuances of building connections amidst the solitude of remote work and social distancing. We journey with Steven as he shares his experience of starting a Facebook group which turned into a beacon of community in the Triangle. Yuly and Samantha also unfold their remarkable stories of finding a sense of belonging through social media and volunteering. We later transition into a heartfelt exchange about the power of community and its profound impact on our lives. Our discussions shed light on our experiences with Facebook group GOAT (Goofing Off Around the Triangle), a thriving digital hub that's inspired its members to rise above isolation, foster unexpected collaborations, and find inspiration.As we wrap up, we delve into the heart of what it means to be part of a community - exploring the fear and uncertainty that often stops us from taking that first step, and sharing our personal stories of transformation once we conquered those fears. We discuss how inclusive social events within wider communities can break down barriers and foster genuine connections. The episode concludes with an invitation to engage with us on social media, to continue the conversation and further strengthen the bonds that tie us together. If you've ever felt alone in a crowd, this episode will remind you that we're all in this together. Listen in, join us, and let's redefine what connection and community mean in this digital age.GOAT 🐐 (Goofing Off Around the Triangle) | FacebookSupport the showAs always, if you are interested in being on or sponsoring the podcast or if you have any particular issues, thoughts, or questions you'd like explored on the podcast, please email NCDeepDive@gmail.com. Your contributions would be greatly appreciated.Now, let's dive in!
58:10 11/21/23
Exploring Fuquay Varina's 2023 Parks Bond Referendum
Are you aware there will be a $60 million dollar Parks Bond on your ballot for Fuquay Varina this municipal election? This conversation takes you on a journey through the fascinating intricacies of Fuquay Varina's bond history and the 2023 Parks Bond, itself. From the 2015 and 2021 bond referendums and their impact on property taxes to the ins and outs of the current bond referendum and its potential implications on property taxes, we leave no stone unturned. We break it all down to give you a clear understanding of what you will be voting on this election so that you may be a more informed citizen heading into this year's election!2023 Parks and Recreation Bond InformationFuquay Varina Chamber of Commerce Candidate Forum--October 24, 2023 at 7:00 PM--Fuquay Varina Arts Center--123 E. Vance Street, Fuquay Varina, NC 27526Campaign Finance Reports for All Candidate CommitteesVoter Information --Register to Vote --Voter Info (Designated Polling Places, Sample Ballots, Registration Status, Voting Jurisdiction, Verify Address and Party Affiliation) --Election Information --Election Day Voting FAQs --Absentee by Mail FAQs Early Voting Locations October 19th-November 4th Wake County Board of Elections Office: 1200 N. New Hope Rd., Raleigh, 27610October 28th-November 4th --Avery Street Recreation Center: 125 Avery St., Garner, 27529 --John M. Brown Community Center: 53 Hunter St., Apex, 27502 Bus Routes for Early Voting ELECTION DAY Tuesday, November 7th from 6:30 AM to 7:30 PMSupport the showAs always, if you are interested in being on or sponsoring the podcast or if you have any particular issues, thoughts, or questions you'd like explored on the podcast, please email NCDeepDive@gmail.com. Your contributions would be greatly appreciated.Now, let's dive in!
21:05 10/21/23
Jason Wunsch: Running for the 2 Year Unexpired Term Seat for the Fuquay Varina Board of Commissioners aka Town Council
Exercising your right to vote has never been more crucial, and this episode highlights another candidate vying for the Board of Commissioners in the 2023 Fuquay Varina Municipal Election. Despite Jason Wunsch choosing not to participate in our Election Segment, we've curated an analysis about his political career and current candidacy for the Board of Commissioners. His journey as a previous Town Commissioner, the chairman of the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board, and his recent affiliation switch from Democrat to Republican are uncovered as we explore his virtual presence.We're aware that local governments play a fundamental role in our daily lives, from creating local ordinances to deciding property taxes. So, let's start warming up for the election season as we walk you through key dates and requirements to keep in mind. The democratic process relies heavily on your participation, and this episode is designed to keep you informed. So, buckle up for an engaging discussion about democracy and the importance of your role in it. Stay tuned and let's make our communities better together.Website: Jason Wunsch for Fuquay-Varina Town Commissioner 2023Email: Jason@WunschLawFirm.comFacebook:  Jason Wunsch for Fuquay-Varina Town CommissionerCampaign Finance ReportsCampaign Finance Reports for All Candidate CommitteesVoter Information --Register to Vote --Voter Info (Designated Polling Places, Sample Ballots, Registration Status, Voting Jurisdiction, Verify Address and Party Affiliation) --Election Information --Election Day Voting FAQs --Absentee by Mail FAQs Early Voting Locations October 19th-November 4th Wake County Board of Elections Office: 1200 N. New Hope Rd., Raleigh, 27610October 28th-November 4th --Avery Street Recreation Center: 125 Avery St., Garner, 27529 --John M. Brown Community Center: 53 Hunter St., Apex, 27502 ELECTION DAY Tuesday, November 7th from Support the showAs always, if you are interested in being on or sponsoring the podcast or if you have any particular issues, thoughts, or questions you'd like explored on the podcast, please email NCDeepDive@gmail.com. Your contributions would be greatly appreciated.Now, let's dive in!
05:34 9/28/23
Behind the Candidate Conversations: Navigating Fairness in Election Coverage With Amanda Benbow Lunn
Ever wondered how great podcast hosts keep discussions non-biased and fair during politically charged election seasons? Well, let me, Amanda Benbow Lunn, pull back the curtain for you. I'll be talking about my dedication to democracy, transparency, and the commitment we all have to preserve the integrity of our elections. Listen as I open up about the extensive efforts I've undertaken to connect with all candidates, ensuring a complete representation of voices.Strap in for a candid conversation about the upcoming Fuquay Varina and Holly Springs municipal elections, with a deep-dive into exactly what items will be on your ballot and their significance for our community. As a bonus, I share some personal quirks and passions in a lightning round, underscoring my commitment to understanding the humanity behind every candidate. I believe we all need to play an active part in the election process. So, get ready for a series of honest, enlightening talks with our potential future leaders!Campaign Finance Reports for All Candidate CommitteesVoter Information --Register to Vote --Voter Info (Designated Polling Places, Sample Ballots, Registration Status, Voting Jurisdiction, Verify Address and Party Affiliation) --Election Information --Election Day Voting FAQs --Absentee by Mail FAQs Early Voting Locations October 19th-November 4th Wake County Board of Elections Office: 1200 N. New Hope Rd., Raleigh, 27610October 28th-November 4th --Avery Street Recreation Center: 125 Avery St., Garner, 27529 --John M. Brown Community Center: 53 Hunter St., Apex, 27502 ELECTION DAY Tuesday, November 7th from 6:30 AM to 7:30 PMSupport the showAs always, if you are interested in being on or sponsoring the podcast or if you have any particular issues, thoughts, or questions you'd like explored on the podcast, please email NCDeepDive@gmail.com. Your contributions would be greatly appreciated.Now, let's dive in!
29:31 9/27/23
Brian Dennis: Running for the 4 Year Seat for the Holly Springs Board of Commissioners aka Town Council
Want to know more about the candidate you're voting for? We're unraveling the mystery of Holly Springs Town Council candidate Brian Dennis, who didn't attend our interview but has made a mark with his online presence. In this run down, we'll dissect his website, pulling out his key campaign platforms: balanced economic growth, traffic and transportation enhancements, small business development, and police support. We'll discuss how Brian's 15-year career in finance and corporate America plays a role in his vision for the Holly Springs Town Council. Our deep dive doesn't stop at Brian's professional life. We'll also explore his personal side, his devotion to Cub Scouts with his son Mathias, and commitment to Hope Community Church. Our aim is to provide you with a rounded view of the person you might be voting for. Join us as we empower you to make an informed decision, contributing to a community that's better for us all.Website: Holly Springs, Town Council, Brian Dennis | Brian Dennis | Holly Springs, NC, USA (votebriandennis.com)Email: BrianDennis4HS@gmail.comFacebook: Brian Dennis for Holly SpringsCampaign Finance ReportsCampaign Finance Reports In General for All Candidate CommitteesVoter Information --Register to Vote --Voter Info (Designated Polling Places, Sample Ballots, Registration Status, Voting Jurisdiction, Verify Address and Party Affiliation) --Election Information --Election Day Voting FAQs --Absentee by Mail FAQs Early Voting Locations October 19th-November 4th Wake County Board of Elections Office: 1200 N. New Hope Rd., Raleigh, 27610October 28th-November 4th --Avery Street Recreation Center: 125 Avery St., Garner, 27529 --John M. Brown Community Center: 53 Hunter St., Apex, 27502 ELECTION DAY Tuesday, November 7th from 6:30 AM to 7:30 PMSupport the showAs always, if you are interested in being on or sponsoring the podcast or if you have any particular issues, thoughts, or questions you'd like explored on the podcast, please email NCDeepDive@gmail.com. Your contributions would be greatly appreciated.Now, let's dive in!
07:07 9/27/23
Danielle Hewetson: Running for the 4 Year Seat for the Holly Springs Board of Commissioners aka Town Council
Are you ready to become a more informed voter, but short on time? Join me  as I share details about Danielle Hewetson, a candidate for the four-year seat on the Board of Commissioners for Holly Springs. Although Danielle was unable to join us, we uncover the core issues of her campaign from her online presence, diving into her background, platform topics, views on local infrastructure, safety, and small businesses. From being a stay-at-home mom and an at-home baking business owner to possessing an MBA and a past as a sales and marketing executive, Danielle brings an array of experiences to her candidacy. We delve into her focus on responsible growth, quality of life, and involved leadership. As we approach the upcoming municipal elections, it's crucial to understand each candidate's perspective. Amplify your impact and let your voice be heard. Tune in, learn, and don't forget to check out our other episodes for an in-depth analysis of other candidates.Website: hewetson4hollysprings.comEmail: Hewetson.danielle@gmail.comFacebook: Danielle Hewetson - Holly Springs Town CouncilCampaign Finance ReportsCampaign Finance Reports for All Candidate CommitteesVoter Information --Register to Vote --Voter Info (Designated Polling Places, Sample Ballots, Registration Status, Voting Jurisdiction, Verify Address and Party Affiliation) --Election Information --Election Day Voting FAQs --Absentee by Mail FAQs Early Voting Locations October 19th-November 4th Wake County Board of Elections Office: 1200 N. New Hope Rd., Raleigh, 27610October 28th-November 4th --Avery Street Recreation Center: 125 Avery St., Garner, 27529 --John M. Brown Community Center: 53 Hunter St., Apex, 27502 ELECTION DAY Tuesday, November 7th from 6:30 AM to 7:30 PMSupport the showAs always, if you are interested in being on or sponsoring the podcast or if you have any particular issues, thoughts, or questions you'd like explored on the podcast, please email NCDeepDive@gmail.com. Your contributions would be greatly appreciated.Now, let's dive in!
08:03 9/27/23
Staci Almquist: Running for the 4 Year Seat for the Holly Springs Board of Commissioners aka Town Council
Have you ever wondered about the people who stand up to make your town a better place? This episode, we're throwing the spotlight on, Staci Almquist, who's vying for a seat on the Holly Springs Town Council. Since an in-person conversation with Staci could not be arranged, we've done a comprehensive review of her campaign website to give you a detailed understanding of her vision and focus areas. Education, traffic control, environmental issues, and recreation are the pillars of her campaign, and she promises to use her rich academic background and professional experience to tackle these challenges effectively.Staci's campaign is about more than just her personal goals; it's about unity, community, and driving change together. With a passion for education and community development, she aims to foster a sense of togetherness and inclusivity. We also give you a snapshot of her competitors for the seat, providing you with all the information you need to make an informed decision in the upcoming elections. Remember, every single vote matters, and your participation can shape the future of Holly Springs. Listen in to get a clear understanding of Staci's commitment towards building a brighter, stronger town.Website: Vote for Staci Almquist for Holly Springs Town CouncilEmail: staciforhollysprings@gmail.comCampaign Finance ReportsCampaign Finance Reports for All Candidate CommitteesVoter Information --Register to Vote --Voter Info (Designated Polling Places, Sample Ballots, Registration Status, Voting Jurisdiction, Verify Address and Party Affiliation) --Election Information --Election Day Voting FAQs --Absentee by Mail FAQs Early Voting Locations October 19th-November 4th Wake County Board of Elections Office: 1200 N. New Hope Rd., Raleigh, 27610October 28th-November 4th --Avery Street Recreation Center: 125 Avery St., Garner, 27529 --John M. Brown Community Center: 53 Hunter St., Apex, 27502 ELECTION DAY Tuesday, November 7th from 6:30 AM to 7:30 Support the showAs always, if you are interested in being on or sponsoring the podcast or if you have any particular issues, thoughts, or questions you'd like explored on the podcast, please email NCDeepDive@gmail.com. Your contributions would be greatly appreciated.Now, let's dive in!
07:24 9/27/23
Brian Norman: Running for the 2 Year Unexpired Term Seat for the Holly Springs Board of Commissioners aka Town Council
Are you aware of the power that your vote holds in local politics? Join me as we plunge into the depths of civic responsibility, focusing on the 2023 candidate for the Board of Commissioners for Holly Springs, Brian Norman. Despite his absence from our conversation, our exploration of his public online presence sheds light on his platforms - families, strategic growth, and safety. Through this episode, we aim to equip you with the knowledge you need to make an informed decision in the upcoming local elections.We take a closer look at Brian's pillars: Christian virtues, conservative values, and common sense views, which form the backbone of his campaign. But that's not all. This episode also brings to light the critical details about early voting dates, voter registration deadline, and your voting location. So, tune in for more episodes featuring other candidates for the Board of Commissioners at Holly Springs and Fuquay Varina. Remember, every vote counts, and by participating, you are helping shape the future of our community. Your voice matters, let it be heard.Website: Brian Norman for Holly Springs Town Council (electbrian.online) Email: norman4hs@gmail.comFacebook: Brian Norman for Holly Springs Town CouncilCampaign Finance ReportsCampaign Finance Reports for All Candidate CommitteesVoter Information --Register to Vote --Voter Info (Designated Polling Places, Sample Ballots, Registration Status, Voting Jurisdiction, Verify Address and Party Affiliation) --Election Information --Election Day Voting FAQs --Absentee by Mail FAQs Early Voting Locations October 19th-November 4th Wake County Board of Elections Office: 1200 N. New Hope Rd., Raleigh, 27610October 28th-November 4th --Avery Street Recreation Center: 125 Avery St., Garner, 27529 --John M. Brown Community Center: 53 Hunter St., Apex, 27502 ELECTION DAY Tuesday, November 7th from 6:30 AM to 7:30 PMSupport the showAs always, if you are interested in being on or sponsoring the podcast or if you have any particular issues, thoughts, or questions you'd like explored on the podcast, please email NCDeepDive@gmail.com. Your contributions would be greatly appreciated.Now, let's dive in!
06:12 9/27/23
Charlie Adcock: Running for the 4 Year Seat for the Fuquay Varina Board of Commissioners aka Town Council
Discover how your vote can shape the future of Fuquay Varina in our review of Charlie Adcock’s candidacy for the Board of Commissioners. We may not have Charlie himself on the show, but we're giving you a detailed rundown of his website. We delve into his deep roots in Fuquay Varina, his tenure as the Planning Board chairman, and his experience in the financial sector that has been instrumental in our community’s development. We go on to discuss the key elements of his campaign platform, which heavily leans on infrastructure development, police support, fiscal management, and the rejuvenation of the historic downtown. Hear about his strategies for long-term economic success, supporting religious organizations, and enhancing quality of life through improved park systems. Remember, your vote holds immense power and is instrumental in shaping our community's future. Tune in to become a more informed citizen and remember, your vote absolutely matters!Website: Charlie Adcock Town CommissionerEmail: Charlie.Adcock@yahoo.comCampaign Finance ReportsCampaign Finance Reports for All Candidate CommitteesVoter Information --Register to Vote --Voter Info (Designated Polling Places, Sample Ballots, Registration Status, Voting Jurisdiction, Verify Address and Party Affiliation) --Election Information --Election Day Voting FAQs --Absentee by Mail FAQs Early Voting Locations October 19th-November 4th Wake County Board of Elections Office: 1200 N. New Hope Rd., Raleigh, 27610October 28th-November 4th --Avery Street Recreation Center: 125 Avery St., Garner, 27529 --John M. Brown Community Center: 53 Hunter St., Apex, 27502 ELECTION DAY Tuesday, November 7th from 6:30 AM to 7:30 PMSupport the showAs always, if you are interested in being on or sponsoring the podcast or if you have any particular issues, thoughts, or questions you'd like explored on the podcast, please email NCDeepDive@gmail.com. Your contributions would be greatly appreciated.Now, let's dive in!
10:00 9/27/23
Marilyn Gardner: Running for Re-Election for the 4 Year Seat for the Fuquay Varina Board of Commissioners aka Town Council
Ready to become an informed voter and play your part in local government like never before? This episode promises to equip you with all the knowledge you need about the 2023 candidate Marilyn Gardner, running for re-election for the Board of Commissioners for Fuquay Varina. We take a deep dive into Marilyn’s impressive contributions to her community, her successful career in real estate, and her personal life. Despite her decision not to participate in a podcast interview, we've curated all the essential facts from online sources.Ever wondered how local government decisions profoundly impact our daily lives? Well, this episode breaks it all down for you. We'll walk you through the details of the upcoming municipal election, including when early voting starts, the voter registration deadline, and what you need for a valid ID to vote. We also introduce you to the other candidates running for this position. Make sure to check out all the other relevant candidate episodes - your participation is crucial for a robust democracy. This is your chance to make your voice heard effectively, because remember, your vote matters, your voice matters, and you matter.No website or social media could be found.Email: MBGardner71@gmail.comCampaign Finance ReportsCampaign Finance Reports for All Candidate CommitteesVoter Information --Register to Vote --Voter Info (Designated Polling Places, Sample Ballots, Registration Status, Voting Jurisdiction, Verify Address and Party Affiliation) --Election Information --Election Day Voting FAQs --Absentee by Mail FAQs Early Voting Locations October 19th-November 4th Wake County Board of Elections Office: 1200 N. New Hope Rd., Raleigh, 27610October 28th-November 4th --Avery Street Recreation Center: 125 Avery St., Garner, 27529 --John M. Brown Community Center: 53 Hunter St., Apex, 27502 ELECTION DAY Tuesday, November 7th from 6:30 AM to 7:30 PMSupport the showAs always, if you are interested in being on or sponsoring the podcast or if you have any particular issues, thoughts, or questions you'd like explored on the podcast, please email NCDeepDive@gmail.com. Your contributions would be greatly appreciated.Now, let's dive in!
07:15 9/27/23
Mike Ferig: Running for the 4 Year Seat for the Fuquay Varina Board of Commissioners aka Town Council
Curious about what’s brewing in local politics in Fuquay Varina? We explore the candidacy of Mike Ferig, a man running for the four-year seat on the Board of Commissioners, also known as Town Council. Despite him being unable to join the conversation, we illuminate his campaign promises, focusing on sustainable growth, community safety, economic development, and infrastructure improvement. As a cybersecurity analyst and vice chair of the Wake County Young Republicans, Mike's dedication to shaping Fuquay Varina’s future is evident.We also guide listeners through the voting process, highlighting key dates and locations for early voting and Election Day, and detailing what you'll need to register and cast your vote. This episode is a treasure trove of all things local governance, extending beyond the candidacy of Mike Ferig. We equip you with knowledge and resources to actively participate in shaping your beloved community's future. So, listen in and learn the ropes of local politics and remember that your voice, your vote, matters!Website: HOME | My Site (mikeferig.com)Email: info@mikeferig.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/mikeferig4FVCampaign Finance ReportsCampaign Finance Reports for All Candidate CommitteesVoter Information --Register to Vote --Voter Info (Designated Polling Places, Sample Ballots, Registration Status, Voting Jurisdiction, Verify Address and Party Affiliation) --Election Information --Election Day Voting FAQs --Absentee by Mail FAQs Early Voting Locations October 19th-November 4th Wake County Board of Elections Office: 1200 N. New Hope Rd., Raleigh, 27610October 28th-November 4th --Avery Street Recreation Center: 125 Avery St., Garner, 27529 --John M. Brown Community Center: 53 Hunter St., Apex, 27502 ELECTION DAY Tuesday, November 7th from 6:30 AM to 7:30 PMSupport the showAs always, if you are interested in being on or sponsoring the podcast or if you have any particular issues, thoughts, or questions you'd like explored on the podcast, please email NCDeepDive@gmail.com. Your contributions would be greatly appreciated.Now, let's dive in!
06:51 9/27/23
Nolan Perry: Running for the 4 Year Seat for the Fuquay Varina Board of Commissioners aka Town Council
Discover the man behind the name, Nolan Perry, as we delve into the life and vision of this local attorney vying for a place on the Board of Commissioners in Fuquay Varina. Despite being unable to join us, we've unearthed gems about Nolan from his digital footprint. We take you through his professional journey, his commitment to small businesses, his call for improved infrastructure, and his mission to preserve the endearing allure of Fuquay Varina. Get ready to explore a comprehensive overview of Nolan’s platform, his involvement in community boards, and his endorsement by the Wake County Republican Party. We ensure you're armed with every detail needed to make an informed decision in the upcoming municipal elections. What's more, we've got you covered with early voting schedules and registration deadlines. Remember, your vote has the power to shape the future of Fuquay Varina. Be informed, be involved, and make your vote count!Website: Nolan Perry for FV Commissioner (perry4fv.com)Email: Info@Perry4FV.comFacebook: Nolan Perry for Fuquay-Varina CommissionerInstagram: Nolan Perry (@perry4fv) • Instagram photos and videosCampaign Finance ReportsCampaign Finance Reports for All Candidate CommitteesVoter Information --Register to Vote --Voter Info (Designated Polling Places, Sample Ballots, Registration Status, Voting Jurisdiction, Verify Address and Party Affiliation) --Election Information --Election Day Voting FAQs --Absentee by Mail FAQs Early Voting Locations October 19th-November 4th Wake County Board of Elections Office: 1200 N. New Hope Rd., Raleigh, 27610October 28th-November 4th --Avery Street Recreation Center: 125 Avery St., Garner, 27529 --John M. Brown Community Center: 53 Hunter St., Apex, 27502 ELECTION DAY Tuesday, November 7th from 6:30 AM to 7:30 PMSupport the showAs always, if you are interested in being on or sponsoring the podcast or if you have any particular issues, thoughts, or questions you'd like explored on the podcast, please email NCDeepDive@gmail.com. Your contributions would be greatly appreciated.Now, let's dive in!
06:40 9/27/23
Jack Turnwald: Running for the 4 Year Seat for the Holly Springs Board of Commissioners aka Town Council
Step into the world of Jack Turnwald, a contender for the four year Town Council seat for this year's Municipal Election in Holly Springs. Don't miss this opportunity to hear Jack express their personal definition of democracy, be inspired by the experiences that have shaped their political perspective, and witness their unyielding commitment to non-discrimination.Drawing from their past service and involvement in the community, they outline their election platform that is built on five key pillars. We take a deep look into their priorities: transparency, accountability, equity, responsible growth, historical preservation, and education. In the final segment of our chat, Jack underlines the need to prioritize inclusivity and accessibility in Holly Springs. So, tune in, listen up, and get set for this enlightening conversation!Website — Jack for Holly Springs (jack4hs.com)Email  — Jack4HS@gmail.comLinked In — https://www.linkedin.com/in/jackturnwaldJack for Holly Springs | FacebookJack Turnwald (@jack4hs) • Instagram photos and videosCampaign Finance ReportsCampaign Finance Reports for All Candidate CommitteesVoter Information --Register to Vote --Voter Info (Designated Polling Places, Sample Ballots, Registration Status, Voting Jurisdiction, Verify Address and Party Affiliation) --Election Information --Election Day Voting FAQs --Absentee by Mail FAQs Early Voting Locations October 19th-November 4th Wake County Board of Elections Office: 1200 N. New Hope Rd., Raleigh, 27610October 28th-November 4th --Avery Street Recreation Center: 125 Avery St., Garner, 27529 --John M. Brown Community Center: 53 Hunter St., Apex, 27502 ELECTION DAY Tuesday, November 7th from 6:30 AM to 7:30 PMSupport the showAs always, if you are interested in being on or sponsoring the podcast or if you have any particular issues, thoughts, or questions you'd like explored on the podcast, please email NCDeepDive@gmail.com. Your contributions would be greatly appreciated.Now, let's dive in!
57:18 9/23/23
Annie Drees: Running for the 2 Year Unexpired Term Seat for the Holly Springs Board of Commissioners aka Town Council
Ever wondered how an electrical engineer would approach town planning? Meet Annie Drees, a vibrant individual determined to bring about positive change in the town of Holly Springs. Annie, who is currently running for the Board of Commissioners' Two Year Unexpired Term Seat, brings her unique perspective to tackle the town’s challenges. From discussing her first-hand experience with the town's rapid growth to sharing her family's story of moving to Holly Springs in 2017, Annie offers an authentic glimpse into the heart of this captivating small town.Annie Dries combines her engineering intellect with a strong knack for problem-solving to tackle issues of land development, taxes, and amenities. Tune in to discover how this dedicated community member plans to navigate important decisions, champion accessibility, and keep Holly Springs thriving.Website - Annie Drees for Holly Springs (anniedrees4hollysprings.com)Email - Annie4HollySprings@gmail.comPhone - (984) 600-1289Annie 4 Holly Springs | FacebookAnnie Drees (@annie4hollysprings) • Instagram photos and videosCandidate Finance ReportsCampaign Finance Reports for All Candidate CommitteesVoter Information --Register to Vote --Voter Info (Designated Polling Places, Sample Ballots, Registration Status, Voting Jurisdiction, Verify Address and Party Affiliation) --Election Information --Election Day Voting FAQs --Absentee by Mail FAQs Early Voting Locations October 19th-November 4th Wake County Board of Elections Office: 1200 N. New Hope Rd., Raleigh, 27610October 28th-November 4th --Avery Street Recreation Center: 125 Avery St., Garner, 27529 --John M. Brown Community Center: 53 Hunter St., Apex, 27502 ELECTION DAY Tuesday, November 7th from 6:30 AM to 7:30 PMSupport the showAs always, if you are interested in being on or sponsoring the podcast or if you have any particular issues, thoughts, or questions you'd like explored on the podcast, please email NCDeepDive@gmail.com. Your contributions would be greatly appreciated.Now, let's dive in!
32:02 9/23/23
William (Bill) Harris: Running for Re-Election for the 4 Year Seat for the Fuquay Varina Board of Commissioners aka Town Council
Who doesn't love a good political conversation? Picture this - a seasoned political veteran with over three decades of experience under his belt, a man whose passion for public service is only paralleled by his love for the town of Fuquay Varina. We're talking about none other than William (Bill) Harris, a candidate running for re-election for the 4 year Town Council seat in the upcoming 2023 Fuquay Varina Municipal Election.In our engaging chat, Bill gives us a sneak peek into the workings of local government and public service. He shares pearls of wisdom gleaned from his extensive career and provides his perspective on crucial issues such as tax management, resource allocation, and inclusion - elements that are the backbone of a thriving community. He does not shy away from discussing disagreements, compromises, and the need for balance amidst differing opinions. A behind-the-scenes look into local government, if you will.But who is the man behind the public servant? It's a heartwarming delve into his personal life, revealing his discipline, dedication, and drive. So, press play and join us on this journey into the life of William (Bill) Harris - his vision, his experiences, and his mission to continue to bring about positive change in Fuquay Varina!Website - William Harris for Commissioner of Fuquay-VarinaEmail - Info@HarrisforCommissioner.com Facebook - Re-Elect Commissioner William "Bill" HarrisCandidate Finance ReportsCampaign Finance Reports for All Candidate CommitteesVoter Information --Register to Vote --Voter Info (Designated Polling Places, Sample Ballots, Registration Status, Voting Jurisdiction, Verify Address and Party Affiliation) --Election Information --Election Day Voting FAQs --Absentee by Mail FAQs Early Voting Locations October 19th-November 4th Wake County Board of Elections Office: 1200 N. New Hope Rd., Raleigh, 27610October 28th-November 4th --Avery Street Recreation Center: 125 Avery St., Garner, 27529 --John M. Brown Community Center: Support the showAs always, if you are interested in being on or sponsoring the podcast or if you have any particular issues, thoughts, or questions you'd like explored on the podcast, please email NCDeepDive@gmail.com. Your contributions would be greatly appreciated.Now, let's dive in!
46:28 9/23/23
Chris Deshazor: Running for the 4 Year Seat for the Holly Springs Board of Commissioners aka Town Council
How often does one get a chance to delve into the mind of a potential future leader? We got exactly that chance when Chris Deshazor, a candidate for the four-year seat on the Holly Springs Town Council, sat down with us for a thought-provoking discussion. Chris, a devoted community member and leader at a software company, shared his perspectives on democracy, community involvement, transparent leadership, and the need for community input. He navigates us through the complex realm of affordable housing, sensible growth, and the balance between developers and the town.Chris' professional experiences, especially his role on the Planning Board, have given him a unique perspective on these issues. Chris believes in the power of service and the importance of voting, and he emphasizes this throughout the conversation. So here's an invitation to be a part of this illuminating discussion with Chris Deshazor. You don't want to miss it!Website | For Town Council (chris4hs.com)Chris For Holly Springs | FacebookEmail | Chris4HollySprings@gmail.com Campaign Finance ReportsCampaign Finance Reports for All Candidate CommitteesVoter Information --Register to Vote --Voter Info (Designated Polling Places, Sample Ballots, Registration Status, Voting Jurisdiction, Verify Address and Party Affiliation) --Election Information --Election Day Voting FAQs --Absentee by Mail FAQs Early Voting Locations October 19th-November 4th Wake County Board of Elections Office: 1200 N. New Hope Rd., Raleigh, 27610October 28th-November 4th --Avery Street Recreation Center: 125 Avery St., Garner, 27529 --John M. Brown Community Center: 53 Hunter St., Apex, 27502 ELECTION DAY Tuesday, November 7th from 6:30 AM to 7:30Support the showAs always, if you are interested in being on or sponsoring the podcast or if you have any particular issues, thoughts, or questions you'd like explored on the podcast, please email NCDeepDive@gmail.com. Your contributions would be greatly appreciated.Now, let's dive in!
73:15 9/23/23
Scoop Green: Running for the 2 Year Unexpired Term Seat for the Holly Springs Board of Commissioners aka Town Council
Imagine a community where democracy is inclusive, growth is sensible and resource allocation is fair and comprehensive. That's the vision of Scoop Green, candidate for the Two-Year Unexpired Term Seat for the Board of Commissioners for Holly Springs. Scoop opens up to us about his 19 year history in the town, his reasons for running for Town Council, and the inclusive democratic principles guiding his decision-making process. He draws on his extensive community service experience, underlining the importance of hearing all voices in the policy-making process.With a focus on building bridges and empowering communities, Scoop outlines his plans for addressing challenges like water capacity and community growth. His forward-looking vision for Holly Springs is pragmatic and inclusive, offering a glimpse into what the future could hold under his leadership.Join us for this enlightening conversation to gain a deeper understanding of Scoop Green's vision for Holly Springs.Website: Vote Scoop Green for Holly Springs Town Council2023 Political Campaign (scoop4hollysprings.com)Email: scoop4hollysprings@gmail.comFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/Scoop4HollySpringsCampaign Finance ReportsCampaign Finance Reports for All Candidate CommitteesVoter Information --Register to Vote --Voter Info (Designated Polling Places, Sample Ballots, Registration Status, Voting Jurisdiction, Verify Address and Party Affiliation) --Election Information --Election Day Voting FAQs--Absentee by Mail FAQs Early Voting Locations October 19th-November 4th Wake County Board of Elections Office: 1200 N. New Hope Rd., Raleigh, 27610October 28th-November 4th --Avery Street Recreation Center: 125 Avery St., Garner, 27529 --John M. Brown Community Center: 53 Hunter St., Apex, 27502 ELECTION DAY Tuesday, November 7th from 6:30 AM to 7:30 PMSupport the showAs always, if you are interested in being on or sponsoring the podcast or if you have any particular issues, thoughts, or questions you'd like explored on the podcast, please email NCDeepDive@gmail.com. Your contributions would be greatly appreciated.Now, let's dive in!
36:34 9/16/23
Elizabeth Parent: Running for the 2 Year Unexpired Term Seat for the Fuquay Varina Board of Commissioners aka Town Council
Gear up for an exclusive conversation with Elizabeth Parent, running for the 2 Year Unexpired Term Seat for the Fuquay Varina Board of Commissioners. Elizabeth unpacks her reasons to run, her perspective of democracy, and her commitment to accurately represent the residents of Fuquay Varina. Elizabeth brings to the table a unique blend of smart growth principles, infrastructure partnerships, and housing affordability strategies. Join us in this enlightening episode, where community concerns meet policy planning, and political discourse becomes a tool for change.Website: www.ElizabethParent.comEmail: info@elizabethparent.comElizabeth Parent | FacebookElizabeth Parent | Twitter/XElizabeth Parent | LinkedInElizabeth Parent (@elizabethparentfv) • Instagram photos and videosElizabeth ParentNC (@eparentnc) | TikTokCampaign Finance ReportsCampaign Finance Reports for All Candidate CommitteesVoter Information--Register to Vote--Voter Info (Designated Polling Places, Sample Ballots, Registration Status, Voting Jurisdiction, Verify Address and Party Affiliation)--Election Information--Election Day Voting FAQs--Absentee by Mail FAQs Early Voting LocationsOctober 19th-November 4thWake County Board of Elections Office: 1200 N. New Hope Rd., Raleigh, 27610October 28th-November 4th--Avery Street Recreation Center: 125 Avery St., Garner, 27529--John M. Brown Community Center: 53 Hunter St., Apex, 27502ELECTION DAYTuesday, November 7th from 6:30 AM to 7:30 PMSupport the showAs always, if you are interested in being on or sponsoring the podcast or if you have any particular issues, thoughts, or questions you'd like explored on the podcast, please email NCDeepDive@gmail.com. Your contributions would be greatly appreciated.Now, let's dive in!
52:08 9/16/23

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