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Brunswick County Commissioner Frank Williams officially files for re-election

Brunswick County Commissioner Frank Williams, a Republican who represents District 5, officially filed as a candidate for re-election in the 2024 election today on Monday, December 4, 2023. Williams was the first candidate to file for office in Brunswick County.

“Thanks to our fiscally conservative leadership, Brunswick County has one of the lowest property tax rates of any county in North Carolina," said Williams. "We’ve built a strong rainy-day fund that has weathered multiple storms. We direct our resources toward critical priorities like public safety and public education.”

About Frank Williams

Frank Williams is a small business owner, Brunswick County native and lifelong conservative Republican who was elected Brunswick County Commissioner from District 5 on November 6, 2012 in his first run for public office.  He was elected to a second term on November 8, 2016 and served as Chairman of the Brunswick County Board of Commissioners from December 2016 until December 2020. He served as the 105th President of the N.C. Association of County Commissioners, the first from Brunswick County. Frank lives in Leland with his wife, Lori.

Small Business Owner

Williams completes term as 105th NCACC President, first from Brunswick County

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Brunswick County Commissioner Frank Williams completed his term as President of the N.C. Association of County Commissioners (NCACC) at the association’s annual conference in Cabarrus County on Saturday, August 13, 2022. Click here to read more.

Presidential Initiative

Upon taking office, Williams announced that his NCACC Presidential Initiative, 100 Counties Prepared, would focus on equipping county commissioners to lead more effectively when the stakes are highest: in an emergency. The initiative was borne out of his experience serving as Chair of the Brunswick County Board of Commissioners during Hurricanes Florence, Dorian, and Isaias.

Sixty-one North Carolina county officials completed the NCACC's first all-day 100 Counties Prepared training for elected officials on August 11, 2022 at the NCACC's annual conference in Cabarrus County.  

On May 31, 2023, the NCACC partnered with N.C. Emergency Management and Duke Energy to hold another 100 Counties Prepared training. The training, which was held at the N.C. Emergency Operations Center in Raleigh, attracted 43 people from 25 counties. Click here to learn more about the initiative.

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