Early NC Primary Voting

Statewide primary election begins Thursday, Feb. 15, and ends at 3 p.m. on Saturday, March 2. Early voting sites and schedules are available at the Early Voting Site Search. Locations and voting hours are also available at Early Voting Sites for the March 5, 2024 Primary Election (PDF).
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Franklin County: Board of Education Election Law Change!

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Nextdoor Source: https://nextdoor.com/p/-PsyGY3X_CNs?utm_source=share&extras=MjExNjg4Nzk%3D&utm_campaign=1703360014279 Written By Frank Winstead The Franklin Times [12-21-2023] buried some important Board of Education election info on page 3A. Due to a change in state law (May 2023), voters will decide the Nonpartisan Board of Education winners in the November General Election instead in the March [Partisan] Primary Election. Underappreciated Franklin Times reporter Carey Johnson seems to have a scoop on this. I see the following effects of this change: More voters will actually have a say in picking the winner because more people vote in the General Election than in the Primary Election. Most voters in Franklin County are registered Unaffiliated. They don't have much motivation to vote in nonpartisan races held during a partisan primary. So, now the bulk of the County's voters will actually be…
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