Wilmington City Council Elections: Q&As With Candidates

By Audrey Elsberry, posted Oct 23, 2023
Voters will finish weighing in Nov. 7 on who should fill the three open seats on Wilmington's City Council. 

Seven people are running for the open spots, with Neil Anderson and Kevin Spears running for re-election. Also on the ballot this year are Salette Andrews, Kathryn Bruner, Marlowe Foster, David Joyner and John D. Lennon. 

Early voting opened Oct. 19, to learn more about municipal voting, visit the county's Board of Elections website.

To evaluate this year's election, the Greater Wilmington Business Journal asked each candidate about their campaign and their position on topics affecting the Cape Fear region. 

To read Neil Anderson's Q&A, click here

To read Salette Andrews' Q&A, click here

To read Kathryn Bruner's Q&A, click here

To read Marlowe Foster's Q&A, click here

To read David Joyner's Q&A, click here

To read John D. Lennon's Q&A, click here

To read Kevin Spears' Q&A, click here.
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