CHARLOTTE — In our Sept. 3, 2011, print issue and online, qnotes published its endorsements for Charlotte City Council candidates competing in the upcoming Sept. 13 primary election. Today, we release the full texts of the questionnaire responses given by each of the 11 candidates who opted to participate.

Click here to go to our Charlotte Election Central 2011 which contains links to the full responses by each candidate participating in our questionnaire. Click here to view our endorsements article.

Charlotte’s city council primary election will be held on Sept. 13. The general election will be held on Nov. 8. qnotes will release its general election endorsements on Oct. 15.

more: Learn more about this year’s local elections and how you can verify your voter information at our Charlotte Election Central 2011 at

2 replies on “Charlotte candidates respond to LGBT issues”

  1. Beggars can’t be choosers in Charlotte, Chelsea. It ain’t all roses here like it is in Ashevegas. I’m just a private citizen but from everything I’ve seen and heard a lot of these candidates opinions are based on faulty logic and legal opinions from the city attorney who is retiring in december. q-notes talked about that in the editorial in this issue, about how there was a general friendliness to candidates though they needed more education.

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