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Who is eligible to vote in the June 22, 2010, primary runoff?

Posted June 21, 2010
Updated June 22, 2010

Who is eligible to vote in the June 22, 2010, primary runoff?

• Wake County* voters registered with the Democratic Party as of April 9, 2010, regardless of whether or not they voted in May.

• Wake County* voters registered with the Republican Party as of April 9, 2010, ONLY if they live in Congressional District 13, regardless of whether or not they voted in May.

• Wake County voters registered as Unaffiliated as of April 9, 2010, ONLY if they meet the following conditions:

a. The Unaffiliated voter who did not vote in the May 4, Primary.

b. The Unaffiliated voter who voted a Democratic Party ballot in the May 4 Primary.

c. The Unaffiliated voter who voted a Republican Party ballot in the May 4 Primary AND resides in Congressional District 13.

Who is NOT eligible to vote in the June 22, primary runoff?

• Wake County voters registered with the Libertarian Party as of April 9, 2010.

• Wake County voters registered as Unaffiliated AND they voted the Nonpartisan Judicial ballot on May 4th, during the Primary.

• Wake County voters registered with the Republican Party as of April 9, 2010 AND they do not live in Congressional District 13.

* Check with your county Board of Elections for specifics.

 

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  • fl2nc2ca2md2nc Jun 22, 2010

    I'm not eligible so I get the day off... :^D

  • Pulling for the Tarheels Jun 22, 2010

    Great information "IF YOU LIVE IN WAKE COUNTY". What about everybody else? Voting does occur in other counties.....