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Mini-podcast: The 2023 Charlotte City Council/mayoral election

Mini-podcast: The 2023 Charlotte City Council/mayoral election

In under 10 minutes, learn what you need to know to cast an informed vote in city elections

For the November 2023 election, who is running to lead the city of Charlotte? What is the City Council like, and how might it change?

In this special express version of The Charlotte Ledger Podcast, editor Tony Mecia talks with Charlotte Public Relations’ Bryan Holladay and Ledger elections researcher Sucharita Kodali about the candidates for office — who they are, and why they say they’re running.

And we do it all in under 10 minutes.

For more information about the 2023 elections, check out the Charlotte Ledger Election Hub, with candidate biographies, videos, questionnaires and links to articles and resources.

Election Day is Nov. 7, 2023. Early voting runs through Nov. 4, 2023.

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We talk with Charlotte leaders about important and interesting issues, with an eye toward making you smarter, telling you things you don’t know and introducing you to people with insights about trends in Charlotte.