Local Politics

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

Posted June 21, 2010 4:49 p.m. EDT
Updated June 22, 2010 8:15 a.m. EDT

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.