- Journal West
Vivian Burke, left, embraces her campaign co-chair Walteria Spaulding, as she enters a party held in her honor on election night Tuesday, September 10, 2013. Burke defeated Brenda Diggs in the primary election for the Northeast ward of the City Council.
Mayor Allen Joines gets high-fives from state senator Earline Parmon and campaign coordinator Natasha Smith as the election results come in Tuesday, September 10, 2013. Joines was re-elected, winning 88.47% of the vote over Gardenia Henley.
Campaign worker Nicole Little gives a high-five to city councilman Derwin Montgomery while Franklin Stowe II, Carlton Brunson and Damion Montgomery review election data during a post-election party at the home of Larry Little. Montgomery won his re-election bid over Joycelyn Johnson.
Jeff MacIntosh, candidate for the Northwest ward of the Winston-Salem city council, left, shakes hands with Stan Troyer, who was arriving to vote at Mount Tabor High School.
South ward incumbent Molly Leight chats with Brandon Vickers at the Philo-Hill Magnet School polling site.
Brenda Diggs, democratic candidate for City Council for the Northeast ward, checks out election results on the phone of her campaign manger, Nigel Alston. Diggs lost to incumbent Vivian Burke.
Candidate for the city council's East ward Joycelyn Johnson, left, works with campaign volunteer Luther Jones to coordinate picking up voters who need a ride to the polls on election day.
Candidate for the city council's East ward Phil Carter waits to give a voter a ride home after voting at the East Winston Heritage Center on election day.
Sarah Salaam cheers for Vivian Burke as Burke enters a party held in her honor on election night September 10. Burke defeated Brenda Diggs in the primary election for the Northeast ward of the City Council, and Salaam volunteered with the campaign.
Cornelia Groce, from left, Paul Greve and Kathleen Falin wait for voters at the Mount Tabor High School polling site. Turnout was 6.44% of registered voters.
Jeff MacIntosh, candidate for the Northwest ward of the Winston-Salem city council, awaiting voters at Mount Tabor High School.
Nigel Alston, the campaign manager for Northeast ward candidate Brenda Diggs, announces Diggs' loss to supporters on Tuesday, September 10.
Brenda Diggs, democratic candidate for the Northeast ward of the Winston-Salem City Council, receives a standing ovation from her supporters as she announces her defeat in the primary election by incumbent Vivian Burke.
Northwest ward city council candidate Noah Reynolds talks with Kevin Rapier outside the polling location at the Arts Council Theatre on Coliseum Drive..
South ward city council candidate Carolyn Highsmith discusses election results with Betty and Larry Peddle during a post election gathering at Foothills Brewing. Highsmith was defeated by incumbent Molly Leight.
Shirley Scott does the Wobble with Mayor Allen Joines' grandson, Drew McDowell and campaign volunteers Katie Hall and David Holter at Joines' campaign headquarters Tuesday. Joines defeated challenger Gardenia Henley, winning more than 88% of the vote.