Four Oaks Mayor Narrowly Wins New Term

Four Oaks Mayor Linwood Parker narrowly won reelection Tuesday. He received 230 votes to challenger Kim Robertson’s 207 votes in unofficial results.

Longtime Four Oaks Mayor Linwood Parker narrowly won his bid for reelection on Tuesday.

Parker was challenged by former town board member Kim Robertson who is also the Director of Emergency Management for Johnston County.

In unofficial results, Parker received 230 votes to Robertson’s 207 votes, winning by just 23.


Town Council
Six candidates were running for two seats on the Four Oaks Town Council. Incumbent John G. Hatch received the most votes 258, followed by Mike Hines who won the second seat with 221 votes, in unofficial numbers.

Roy Adams finished a distant third with 126 votes, Walt Rabon with 78, Stanley Johnson with 67 and former police chief Danny Toppings 65 votes.

Incumbent Walter Holt did not seek reelection this year.

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  • Jim White

    The voters in Four Oaks, 230 of them are idiots.

  • loose_cannon

    well here comes more auto parts stores and less restaurants for FO.

  • Eric Johnson

    I want to know what this mayor does, i haven’t seen any major change in four oaks.

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  • Jim White

    The voters in Four Oaks, 230 of them are idiots.

  • loose_cannon

    well here comes more auto parts stores and less restaurants for FO.

  • Eric Johnson

    I want to know what this mayor does, i haven’t seen any major change in four oaks.