Bruce Davis, former 3-term Guilford County commissioner, running for High Point mayor


Bruce Davis (WGHP file photo)

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HIGH POINT, N.C. — On Sunday, Bruce Davis tossed his hat in the ring, once again, to become the City of High Point’s next mayor.

Davis, a High Point native, served in the U.S. Marine Corps and served three terms on the Guilford County Board of Commissioners.

He is also President and Founder of Kid Appeal Learning Center, which is tauted as a five star child care center in High Point.

“I am pleased and honored to announce my candidacy for Mayor of the City of High Point,” Davis said in a new release. “The results from the last election and the current need for a more unified municipality motivated me to run again. High Point is my home. I love this city and the people and as a lifelong resident and civil servant, I have the understanding of the complexities of city government and the skills to navigate them to benefit our residents. I look forward to sharing my plan to take High Point higher.”

This is not Davis’ first time entering High Point’s mayoral race.

In 2017, He lost by only 41 votes to current Mayor Jay Wagner.

If another person announces their candidacy, there will be a Primary on Oct. 8.

The General Election will take place on Nov. 5.

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