Tuesday 21 Jan 2020

Goldsboro Oct. 8 Primary Election Results

Results from the Tuesday, October 8, Primary Election in the City of Goldsboro.

District 1

  • Hiawatha Jones – 69
  • Zachary E. Lilly – 23
  • Antonio Williams (i) – 102

District 5

  • Constance Bryant Coram – 123
  • Jermaine Dawson – 47
  • David Ham (i) – 188
  • Adrian Worrell – 89

12 out of 12 precincts reporting

NOTE: these results are only preliminary and still need to be certified.


  1. bigbob says:

    Antonio Williams where does he live?
    Does he now have a valid driver’s license and not one from out of state.
    Did he ever make good on the loan for his building in downtown Goldsboro.
    Did he ever pay his taxes? There should be a investigation into kick backs and contracts awarded by the city that would be a conflict of interest.
    I’m sure you would find enough to see what Antonio Williams is all about.
    But you may find there are others also. This man is getting so much power in the city of Goldsboro that everyone is afraid to stand up to him.
    But it all will come falling down one day when the truth come out.
    When he was given a driving citation by the Wayne County sheriff office for not having a valid N.C.driver’s license he made the statement that sheriff Larry Pierce was going to take care of the citation for him when he was charged for failure to appear in court. Wonder how that turned out?

  2. Delta says:

    I wish District 1 would dump Williams. He’s done nothing but cause trouble since he’s been on the city council.

    • Goldsboro Citizen says:

      It is amazing they continue voting him in, the voters in his district deserve exactly what they vote for.

      • Delta says:

        The thing is, it isn’t just District 1 that suffers. It’s the whole city that suffers. Because of his antics, the council hasn’t been focused on the major issues, such as crime, jobs, education, etc.

        It’s because of Williams and Foster that Mark Stevens left the city council and Scott Stevens resigned as city manager. The local news made it sound like Scott retired, but that’s not true at all. He left Goldsboro and became the county administrator in James City County, VA.


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