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Early voting has begun

Posted September 22, 2011
Updated September 23, 2011

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— Early voting began Thursday for the Oct. 11 municipal elections across North Carolina. Raleigh residents will choose a new mayor, Cary will elect a mayor and city council and five districts of the Wake County Public School System can vote for representation on the Board of Education.

One-stop voting is available weekdays through Oct. 7 and on Saturday, Oct. 8 – three days before the Oct. 11 election – in all North Carolina counties that have October elections. 

Early voting sites, hours in Wake County

Most counties statewide will hold one-stop voting at the local board of elections office, the county government building or the public library in the county seat. 

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  • SteamTrain Sep 22, 2011

    and ...ONE SATURDAY...October 8.

  • DontLikeTheSocialistObama Sep 22, 2011

    Time for all of the illegal voting registrations submitted by Acorn and the SEIU in 2010 to vote early and often.

  • Screw WrAl Sep 22, 2011

    Come on out straight party ticket voters. Here's yet another chance for you to cast your vote to ending our society as we know it.

  • Pulling for the Tarheels Sep 22, 2011

    "One-stop voting is available weekdays and Saturdays through Oct. 8 – three days before the Oct. 11 election – in all North Carolina counties" NOT ACCURATE info here. Some counties DO NOT have primaries in October. WRAL needs to get it right!

  • Ambygirl Sep 22, 2011

    prn13norm-- I was just thinking the same thing! :) Too bad it's not 2012 yet...

  • prn13norm Sep 22, 2011

    Can we vote Obama out yet?

  • njcg Sep 22, 2011

    This station serves the Triangle, but apparently thinks only people in Wake County vote.

  • no taco p Sep 22, 2011

    Vote Early, Vote often... :)