Legislature Drops Cary 'Vote By Mail' Plan
Posted February 16, 2005
RALEIGH, N.C. — Cary voters will use traditional means to vote on a $120 million Clean Water Bond referendum.
Town leaders had approved a proposal to allow voters to use mail-in ballots, which would have been a first in North Carolina.
But state lawmakers withdrew a draft bill for the pilot program this week.
The state legislature had to approve the plan.
Cary Approves 'Vote By Mail' For May Referendum