Jordan to seek third term in N.C. House
by Anna Oakes
Two-term N.C. Rep. Jonathan Jordan announced this week that he plans to file on Friday for re-election to the state House of Representatives.
Democrat Sue Counts of Boone has filed as a challenger to the Republican incumbent.
Greg Brannon of Raleigh on Wednesday became the fourth Republican to file as a candidate for Democrat Kay Hagan's seat in the U.S. Senate.
The filing period for the 2014 elections continues through noon on Friday, Feb. 28.