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2013 Charlotte mayoral race: Cannon vs. Peacock

Charlotte Mayor Pro Tem Patrick Cannon, Democrat, and former Charlotte City Councilman Edwin Peacock, Republican, are facing off in the city's first open mayoral election since 1995.

Here is a list of stories and other resources about this year's mayoral race:
Mayoral candidates urge voters to cast ballots
Peacock, Cannon clash over taxes, Panthers, facts
Peacock edges Cannon in campaign money
Cannon: With two decades in public life, I make things happen (Column)
Peacock: "Elect a mayor who will give Charlotte residents their voices back (Column)
Edwin Peacock values collaborative approach
Patrick Cannon seeks balance in government
Cannon's parking business and public role intersect
Mayor, council hopefuls make their pitch to entrepreneuers
State GOP invests in Charlotte mayor's race
Peacock, Cannon spar over spending
Milestone Gantt-Peacock race set the tone for one 30 years later
Charlotte mayoral candidates face off in first debate
Democrats rally behind mayor, council slate of candidates
Taylor Batten: The math behind the Charlotte mayor's race
Cannon beats Mitchell, Peacock takes GOP nod
Cannon says defying the odds has been his defining trait
Peacock looks to general election

CANDIDATE ENDORSEMENTS: Here is a roundup of stories about endorsements made by local organizations in this year's mayoral race
Observer editorial board: Why Edwin Peacock is the best choice for mayor
Cannon wins police group backing
Sierra Club endorses both mayoral candidates
Black Political Caucus endorses bonds, Cannon and more

CANDIDATE QUESTIONNAIRES
Q&A from GenerationNation youth organization
Q&A from REBIC
Q&A from N.C. Center for Voter Education

MORE ABOUT THE CANDIDATES
Patrick Cannon campaign website: www.cannonformayor.com/
Edwin Peacock campaign website: www.edwinpeacock.com/

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