Cummings is an incumbent seeking his fourth term on the Pembroke Town Council.
Hagin is seeking one of the five seats on the Parkton Town Council.
Cummings, 55, is a native of Pembroke. He graduated from Pembroke High School in 1967 and graduated from Pembroke State in 1974. He served in the Army from 1968 to 1970, with one tour of duty in Vietnam.
Cummings has owned several businesses in Pembroke and currently owns CG's Car Wash. He is the executive director of the Robeson County Industrial Economic Development Commission.
"The town of Pembroke has experienced extraordinary growth in the past several years in the commercial sector, institutional, student and public housing and health-care organizations," Cummings said. "This growth has been accomplished in an orderly plan of action. The new Town Hall will be completed by early fall, with funding coming from federal grants and loans and commercial projects that will make the loan payments. This means no new increase in taxes.
"I want to strengthen the police department and have a stronger controlled cruising ordinance, downtown beautification and a healthier environment for our senior citizens to shop and live."
Cummings and his wife, Myra, have two children and ae grandchild.
Hagin did not provide The Robesonian with biographical information.
There were two filings last week reported in The Robesonian -- Sandra Cain of Pembroke and Linda McQueen Mack of Red Springs.
Cain is an incumbent running for re-election to the Pembroke Town Council, and Mack is running for one of three seats available on the Red Springs Town Council.
Cain and Mack did not provide The Robesonian with biographical information.