"The only other person running for Mayor who has served on a board in the past has had some controversy and some issues with his service in those positions," said Wallace. "I would be concerned that we may have some of that controversy brought to Oak Island if he was elected."
We reached out to Warren, but he declined to comment.
We also reached out to the other two candidates. Isley Jr. has not yet responded, but we spoke to Scott Coe, who says the town's morale is at an all time low. He questioned Wallace's leadership qualities.
We will continue to follow this race closely between now and November.