Chapel Hill Councilperson Lee Storrow to Seek Re-Election

Chapel Hill Town Councilperson Lee Storrow announced today the launch of his campaign for re-election. Since being elected as the youngest Councilperson in 2011, Storrow has championed social justice, economic development, and visitor promotion. Lee has worked collaboratively with leaders across government lines in Orange County, and created new and innovative ways to connect residents with local government through open office hours and town hall events.

“Serving this community for the past four years has been an enormous privilege,” Storrow said. “While we’ve accomplished a lot, I hear from residents every day about how we can improve our town. I look forward to working with folks from across Orange County in a second term to help us build a more vibrant, livable community in Chapel Hill.”

Citizens across Chapel Hill are already voicing their support for Storrow’s re-election. 

“Lee has shown time and again his commitment to improving the Rogers Road community. We need to keep leaders like him in office and that’s why I’m supporting his re-election,” said Rogers Road community leader David Caldwell. 

“Throughout his time on Town Council, Lee has constantly taken the initiative, engaging with residents on their terms. Through his open office hours, town halls, and other events, Lee has been a model for other elected officials in our community. I’m thrilled to support him for another term,” said Chapel Hill resident Sue Jackson.

Learn more about Storrow and his campaign at

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