STEELE CREEK NEWS
to Select Mayoral Candidate in Second Primary on October 6
2015) Former Chair of the Mecklenburg County Board of Commissioners
Jennifer Roberts led the field in the Democratic primary for
on September 15 but did not have sufficient votes to avoid a runoff
against second place finisher, incumbent Mayor
Dan Clodfelter. Their
names will be the only ones on the October 6 primary ballot.
The winner of the second Democratic
primary will face the winner of the Republican primary,
in the November 3 general election.
Democrats who live within the Charlotte city limits can vote in the
primary runoff. Also, persons registered as unaffiliated can vote if
they voted in the first Democratic primary or if they did not vote at
Early voting begins
Thursday, September 24 at Central Piedmont Community College and on
Tuesday, September 29 at at five additional sites. There will be no
early voting at the Steele Creek Library. The closest early voting
sites to Steele Creek are at South County Regional Library and West
Boulevard Library. Click
HERE for more information on the second primary from the
Mecklenburg County Board of Elections, including the
early voting sites and schedule and information on absentee voting.
A low voter turnout
is expected, which means that your vote could be crucial in deciding
the winner. YOUR VOTE COUNTS!
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