Who’s running for seats in Alamance County?
By Russell Varner
October 29, 2008
Running For: Seat on Alamance-Burlington School System Board of Education
Currently Acting As: Seller of real estate and owner of Majestic Enterprises
Plans for the Future: Since many board members and candidates come from similar backgrounds, Higham said his are different. He believes he will be an asset to the Board of Education and the students in Alamance County.
Little Known Fact: He is currently working toward his MBA at Elon (‘10) and has an undergraduate degree in accounting (‘06).
Running For: County Commissioner
Currently Acting As: Criminal investigator for Campus Police and Safety
Plans for the Future: Ingle plans to continue to serve the Alamance County community as well as improve the quality of life for everyone. He will aim to improve teacher retention, create the food processing plant, build the new library and use his education, experience and leadership to better Alamance County.
Little Known Fact: After enrolling at Elon in 1970, Ingle had to drop out early and didn’t graduate until 1998. He has worked in the Burlington Police Department for 11 years and was the Town of Elon’s Chief of Police for 18 years.
Running For: Judge
Currently Acting As: Judge and adjunct assistant professor of political science
Plans for the Future: Lambeth wants to continue to bring a keen sense of fairness and justice to the bench through his ability and desire to work hard and achieve justice and integrity. He said his desire to achieve justice would advance the community’s justice system.
Little Known Fact: He was the first attorney in Alamance County to be board certified as a specialist in state and federal criminal law.