Vote the full ballot - Vote in the primaries for United States
Congress even though the districts and candidates may change and
this primary's votes may not be counted
Register to vote - Although
the deadline for registering for the primary on March 15 has
passed, voters may still register and vote during Early Voting
Bring a Photo ID - Showing a Photo ID, such as a drivers license,
will be required to vote in person, but there are exceptions to
the general rules. See
At least 15 candidates for offices in districts that cover Steele Creek attended the meeting,
which gave Steele Creek voters the opportunity to meet them and discuss their qualifications
To see more information from Ms. Mavromatis'
presentation and on Early Voting, see
Early Voting for 2016 Primary Election Begins March 3. To see
lists of candidates in Steele Creek districts, see
Candidates Set for 2016 State and Local Primaries. To
view your sample ballot, or for other election information, go to
Mecklenburg County Board of Elections,
representatives of 17 state and local government agencies and
non-profit organizations participated in the Meet and Mingle
periods before and after the presentations. Participants in the Meet and
Berewick Recreation Center/Wingate Recreation Site,
Charlotte Department of Transportation (CDOT).
Charlotte Douglas Airport,
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Department,
Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department -
Steele Creek Division
Animal Care and Control,
Charlotte Neighborhood and Business Services,
Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary,
Lake Wylie Covekeepers/Catawba Riverkeeper Foundation,
McDowell Nature Center,
North Carolina Department of Transportation (NCDOT),
Palisades Episcopal School,
Steele Creek Athletic Association,
Steele Creek Library,
Steele Creek Presbyterian Church, and
Steele Creek YMCA.
Contact information for the agencies and organizations represented
is available here:
Meet & Mingle Participants. Note that not all people listed were
the people who actually attended the meeting, but they should be
able to connect you with the people you talked to.
The meeting was a great opportunity for members of the community to learn more about what's going on
in Steele Creek
and catch up with folks they may not have seen for a while!
See a summary of the
meeting by the
Lake Wylie Pilot here:
Road construction, voting districts bring Steele Creek residents to annual meeting.
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