Justice in Your Hands: Wake County Criminal Justice Elections Candidate Forum - Question Submission Form
North Carolina Asian Americans Together, El Pueblo, Raleigh Police Accountability Community Taskforce, Raleigh Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc., and Zeta Phi Beta Sorority, Inc. invite you to submit questions to candidates for Wake County Sheriff, District 11 District Attorney, and Superior Clerk of Court.

Then join us Saturday, October 13th 11am-1pm. The Alamo Drafthouse of Raleigh will host the Forum at 2116 New Bern Ave D, Raleigh, NC 27610.

Question(s) for Candidates for Wake County Sheriff
The candidates for Wake County Sheriff are Donnie Harrison (R) and Gerald Baker (D). They run for 4-year terms. Their responsibilities include: managing county law enforcement, security in the jail and courtrooms, managing daily conditions of county jails and inmates in county custody, electing to what extent to collaborate with federal immigration enforcement.
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Question(s) for Candidates for District Attorney
The candidates for District 11 DA are Lorrin Freeman (D) and John Walter Bryant (R). They run for 4-year terms. Their responsibilities include: deciding what crimes to prosecute, whether a person will be prosecuted and on what charges, if people are diverted into special programs to avoid criminal records.
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Question(s) for Superior Clerk of Court
The candidates for Wake County Superior Clerk of Court are Jennifer Knox (R) and Blair Williams (D). They run for 4-year terms. Their responsibilities include managing local court records, acting as a probate judge to handle adoptions, estates, and some custody issues, and helping pick magistrates who marry people, set bail, & settle small claims and evictions.
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