Flurry of candidates file for elections by deadline

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By Brian Slattery

Superior Court Judge Ola Lewis announced her intention to run for the N.C. Supreme Court last June, but waited until Friday, Feb. 28, the last day of the fi ling period, to make it known she is running for chief justice.

Lewis became a Superior Court judge in the 13th Judicial District in 2000 and serves as Senior Resident Superior Court Judge representing Brunswick County.

Her term does not expire until 2018, but Lewis said last year she felt a run for the state Supreme Court was the next step for her.

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