Meet Our Randolph County Commissioner Candidates

L-R: Bob Kollm, Elworth (Boo) Cheek, Bob Morrison

We’d like to introduce three excellent candidates for Randolph County Board of Commissioners. Bob Kollm from Archdale, is running for the District 2 seat. Elworth (Boo) Cheek from Ramseur is running for the District 3 seat and Bob Morrison from Asheboro is running for the District 4 seat. All of these gentlemen would make fine additions to the Board of Commissioners. They are all three very involved with their communities and have been working to improve the lives of Randolph County residents. We urge you to vote for these three gentlemen in November.

Their campaign signs are available at Democratic Headquarters located at 114 Sunset Ave. Asheboro, NC. Hours are Monday-Friday 11:00am-2:00pm. Other times by appointment (email or send a Facebook message


Bob Kollm – District 2

Bob Kollm is a proven leader focused on service. From an Eagle Scout project in Creekside Park to his current role on the Archdale Planning and Zoning Board Bob has been improving the lives of Randolph County residents for two decades. In between that time Bob served on the Archdale Stormwater Management Advisory Board drafting the new policy and on City staff earning Archdale the 2010 Susan M Burgess Sustainability Award. Bob received two bachelor’s degrees from Appalachian State and an MBA from Portland State. Bob has held a number of management positions where he was responsible for dozens of employees, a multi-million dollar budget, and servicing over a quarter billion dollars of sales. Bob currently works as a strategy and process consultant and coaches soccer at the YMCA.

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Elworth (Boo) Cheek – District 3

Volunteer Efforts for Randolph County

  • Guardian Ad Litem (GAL) Program – Former Child Advocate for 11 1/2 years
  • GAL Randolph Volunteers – Past President of the Board of Directors
  • Habitat for Humanity – Past member of the Board of Directors. Member of the Fundraising Committee
  • Randolph County Cooperative Extension Advisory Council – Council Member and member of the Marketing Committee.
  • United Way – Past member of the Advisory Council. Currently a member of the Human Race/Walk Committee
  • Randolph County Community Health Assessment Advisory Committee – distribute Health Assessment Surveys throughout the county to determine health care needs of Randolph County.
  • Randolph Health Community Health Foundation – member of the Board of Directors
  • Randolph County Partnership for Children – Member of the Grant Review Committee
  • Healthy Randolph through Randolph Health – Member of the Steering Committee and the Tenet II Committee.
  • Randolph County School System – Volunteered for thirteen years.
  • Liberty Parks and Recreation Department – Assistant Football Coach and Baseball Coach for six years.
  • Northeast Randolph Middle School (NERMS) – Assistant Football Coach for three years.
  • Mt. Nebo Holiness Church, Ramseur, NC – Member of the Ministerial Board and the Deacon Board.


  • Triad Central Labor Council
  • Replacements LTD. PAC, Greensboro, NC


Bob Morrison – District 4

Bob Morrison for Randolph County Commissioner

Volunteer Efforts for Randolph County

  • Randolph Community College Board of Trustees – Member
  • Asheboro/Randolph YMCA Board – Member
  • Asheboro ABC Referendum Committee – Former member
  • 1993 Randolph Strategic Planning Committee – Member
  • Asheboro ABC Board – Member
  • NC Center for Public Policy Research – Former Board Member
  • Asheboro 20/20 Strategic Planning Committee – Former Chairman
  • Asheboro A3 Wellness – Founding Member
  • Asheboro/Randolph Chamber of Commerce – Former Board Member

Our Goals

  1. A strong local economy that provides jobs with good wages and benefits.
  2. A safe and healthy place to live.
  3. Excellent public education that prepares youth for 21st century opportunities and helps today’s workers adapt to a rapidly changing economy.
  4. The best place in the Piedmont Triad for family-oriented lifestyles including recreation, arts and activities.


♦Why?  It’s time for creative thinking and excellence. For too long, Randolph County has settled for “good enough”.

♦Why Bob?  I study facts carefully, ask a lot of questions before making major decisions, and I often find opportunities inside very difficult problems. I’m also a team player who will collaborate with people of any party. During my 19 years as CEO of Randolph Hospital, that is how we succeeded in creating the Cancer Center, Outpatient Center, Home Care, Randolph Medical Associates, the Community Health Foundation and Stay Well while producing the best financial results in the hospital’s history. Randolph County needs and deserves that kind of leadership and vision. this has been my home for 26 years. I want the county and its hard-working people to succeed. With your support, I can help with that.

♦You can help. I need your vote and support! Would you invite me to visit with you and a group of friends? Put up a sign? Volunteer in other ways? Contact me at or text or call 336.953.2643