Mount Airy woman runs write-in campaign for school board

Posted by Jordon Greene on November 2, 2014

by Meghann Evans | Winston-Salem Journal

In a season of high-profile, big-budget political campaigns, Alisha Dancy-Brown stands apart.

She is not taking donations, and she has probably spent less than $70 on her campaign for a seat on the Mount Airy City Schools Board of Education.

In fact, her name won’t even appear on the ballot. Voters have to write it in.

When no one filed to run for the District A seat on the Mount Airy school board, Dancy-Brown, 39, decided to run a write-in campaign. She is...

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In a world of norms and consistently traveled paths, the road less traveled is one often times looked at with scorn and profound reluctance. However, the author of Challengers to Duopoly, Dr. David Gillespie, defies this mindset from the onset of his work with two lines from Robert Frost′s poem ″The Road Not Taken″ where Frost so memorably states, ″Two roads diverged in a wood, and I - I took the one less traveled...

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