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STEELE CREEK NEWS

Early Voting at Steele Creek Library April 28 - May 3

(April 26, 2008) Residents of Mecklenburg County can vote in the 2008 primary election at 17 One-Stop voting sites across the county the week before primary day, which is Tuesday, May 6. The Steele Creek Library is one of these sites. It will be open on weekdays, April 28 May 2, from 11:00 AM to  7:00 PM and on Saturday, May 3 from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM.

Registered voters affiliated with a political party may vote in that party's primary. Unaffiliated voters can vote in either party's primary. Unregistered residents may register at a One-Stop site and vote during early voting. Voter registration is not available on the scheduled primary day, May 6.

In addition to the presidential, statewide, and countywide primaries, Steele Creek residents have the following choices:

U.S. Congress

In District 9, incumbent Republican Representative Sue Myrick faces Jack Stratton. Ross Overby and Harry Taylor are running in the Democratic primary.

In District 12, incumbent Democratic Representative Mel Watt and Republican Ty Cobb Jr are running in their parties' primaries unopposed. See Map of Congressional Districts in Steele Creek.

North Carolina Senate

All of Steele Creek is located in Senate District 38. Incumbent Democrat Senator Charlie Dannelly and Republican James R. Soder are running unopposed in their parties' primaries.

North Carolina House

Portions of Steele Creek northeast of I-485 are in House District 106. Incumbent Democratic Representative Martha Alexander and Republican Joseph C Turner are running unopposed in their parties' primaries.

Portions of Steele Creek southwest of I-485 are in House District 107. Democratic candidates Kelly Alexander and Mary Nixon Richardson are running in the Democratic primary. The winner will face Republican Gary Hardee in the November general election.

See Maps of General Assembly Districts in Steele Creek.

Mecklenburg County Commission

All of Steele Creek is within County Commissioner District 2. Incumbent Commissioner Norman Mitchell faces current School Board member Vilma Leake in the Democratic primary. The winner will face Republican Tim McLeod in the November general election.

To see a list of all candidates in Mecklenburg County, visit the Mecklenburg County Board of Elections web site. 

Also visit the North Carolina Board of Elections web site. To verify your registration, click on the My Election Information icon. To find your polling place, click on the My Polling Place icon. Use either link to view a sample ballot for your precinct.

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