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GUILFORD COUNTY, N.C. (WGHP) — One of nine candidates will take the helm of the Guilford County Sheriff’s Office, steering the future of law enforcement in the county for at least the next four years.

There are six Republicans and three Democrats, including incumbent Sheriff Danny Rogers, vying for the position.

Early voting for the statewide primary will run from April 28 through May 14. Primary Election Day is May 17.

Join FOX8 WGHP as we get to know all nine candidates in a series of profiles. The videos will be uploaded as they air over the course of a few weeks. Be sure to check back for updates.

We also sent a survey to each candidate to let them say for themselves what makes them the best candidate, how Guilford County can reduce crime and how to make the department more transparent.

Republican candidates for Guilford County sheriff

Edward Melvin (R) – Guilford County Sheriff Candidate

William White (R) — Guilford County Sheriff Candidate

Phil Byrd (R) – Guilford County Sheriff Candidate

Adam Moore (R) — Guilford County Sheriff Candidate

Billy Queen (R) – Guilford County Sheriff Candidate

Randy Powers (R) – Guilford County Sheriff Candidate

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Democratic candidates for Guilford County sheriff

Danny Rogers (D) – Guilford County Sheriff Candidate

T.J. Phipps (D) – Guilford County Sheriff Candidate

Juan Monjaras (D) – Guilford County Sheriff Candidate

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