Voting is important every year, not just during presidential elections. If you’re not sure who’s running in your local community, check out the following resources for the top three counties with the highest number of registered Latino voters. You can look up your ballot and polling place at the NC Board of Elections and call 1-888-Ve-Y-Vota (1-888-839-8682) for nonpartisan, bilingual election information year-round. Visit NCVoter.org for general information and for info about elections in counties that are not listed.
City of Raleigh and Town of Cary: Elections are October 8th* and early voting runs from September 18th-October 4th. Visit NC Voter Guide for a nonpartisan guide to who is running and get to know the candidates personally on Thursday, October 3rd at the People First Raleigh Mayoral and City Council Candidate Forum. If you are interested in knowing specifically how Raleigh candidates responded to questions about police accountability, click here. *If necessary, Cary and Raleigh Runoff elections will be held on November 5th.
Angier, Apex, Durham, Fuquay-Varina, Garner, Holly Springs, Knightdale, Morrisville, Rolesville, Wake Forest, Wendell, and Zebulon: Elections are November 5th and early voting runs from October 16th-November 1st.
Elections are November 5th and early voting runs from October 16th-November 1st for the City of Charlotte; Towns of Cornelius, Davidson, Huntersville, Matthews, Mint Hill, and Pineville; and Mecklenburg County School Board. Visit NC Voter Guide for more information.
Elections are November 5th and early voting runs from October 16th-November 1st for the City of Fayetteville and for the Towns of Eastover, Falcon, Godwin, Hope Mills, Linden, Spring Lake, and Wade. Click here for a nonpartisan voter guide to the Fayetteville municipal elections.
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