STEELE CREEK NEWS
Starts Today in Steele Creek
2012) Early voting for the May 8 Primary starts today at the Steele
(13620 Steele Creek Road) and other One-Stop voting
sites across Mecklenburg County. Hours are April 30 to May 4
(Weekdays) 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM and May 5 (Saturday) 10:00 AM to 1:00
PM (Final Day). See
May Primary Early Voting for more details.
Federal offices in
the May 8 party Primaries are President and Representatives to the
US Congress. North Carolina offices in the Primary are Governor,
Lieutenant Governor, several Council of State members, State General
Assembly (Senators and Representatives). The local offices on the
Primary Ballot are at-large and district members of the and
Mecklenburg County Board of County Commissioners,
Also on the Primary
ballot are the nonpartisan District Court Judge for District 26 and
Amendment One to the North Carolina State Constitution.
Individuals who will
be 18 by the time on the November 6 General Election may vote in the
Primary. Those not registered to vote already may register in person
and then vote at a One-stop voting sites in the personís county of
residence during the one-stop absentee voting period (Early Voting).
In order to register during a one-stop period, the applicant must
show acceptable proof of name and residence in the county. Only
voters who are 18 or older on May 8, 2012, will have the Amendment
question on their ballot.
Districts for the US
House of Representatives, North Carolina General Assembly (Senate
and House), and Mecklenburg County Commission have been redrawn to
reflect population changes reported in the 2010 census. Be sure you
know what districts you live in and thus which offices are on your
primary ballot. To view districts in Steele Creek see
Election Districts in Steele Creek.
Not all offices have
candidates for the Primary. To view your sample ballot, see
candidate lists, confirm your precinct registration, and see other
election information, go to
Mecklenburg County Board of Elections.
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