Early voting opens for municipal, school board elections

Posted September 17, 2009

— Early voting started Thursday for the Oct. 6 elections in Wake and Durham counties.

Voters will decide on four members of the Wake County Board of Education, Raleigh mayor and City Council, Cary Town Council and primaries in Ward 1 and Ward 2 for the Durham City Council.

Early voting can be done before Oct. 3 at the Wake County Board of Elections office on South Salisbury Street in Raleigh and at the Durham County Board of Elections office on West Corporation Street in Durham.


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  • eglidewarrior Sep 22, 2009

    I'm a grandparent and you can bet I WILL VOTE !!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • eglidewarrior Sep 22, 2009

    I want to know how I can vote against anyone responsible for allowing illegals to go to community college.

  • 1WakeCitizen Sep 17, 2009

    WAKE voters...get out and vote all the current board members OUT of office! write in cartoon names - because the current board is a jOke!!!

  • time4real Sep 17, 2009

    wow, no one cares do they. how many voters will turn out this time you think? i predict less than 3000 in each district! that's poor parenting and those that have kids and don't vote should have their kids taken away!