When you go to the polls on June 7th, you will find three items on the Democratic Ballot. One of these is a referendum to increase the sales tax in Jackson County from Click for full story.
1. Sample Democratic Primary Ballot (18 and over) [google-drive-embed url=”https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B6xy-Ei9wN4qZGpNbkE2QkctaGc/preview?usp=drivesdk” Click for full story.
Shown below is the official Democratic ballot for the upcoming election (additional Primary) on June 7, 2016. Democrats will be asked to Choose a candidate for U.S. House Click for full story.
Embed from Getty Images Political signs are a common sight along our roads and highways and just one of the ways residents can express their views and choices heading into Click for full story.
Thursday, May 12, 2016 at 6:30pm 11th District Congressional District Town Hall Featuring the Democratic Candidates Rick Bryson and Tom Hill With a short presentation by Click for full story.
The polls in North Carolina closed 3 hours ago and up to 3/4’s of the votes have been tallied. Based on results posted on TV station WLOS, these are the preliminary Click for full story.
An enormous THANKS! goes out to all those who made time to vote today or during Early Voting and Absentee voting times. Special thanks to Jackson County voters! The numbers Click for full story.
The new photo ID requirement for voting is in effect. The NC State Board of Elections lists all the types of ID that will be accepted. So if for some reason you do not have Click for full story.
Use the NC State Board of Elections tools to find out where you need to go on Tuesday, March 15. Click Here to Find Your Polling Place Click Here to Find Your Polling Place Click for full story.
Check out this new section on the website–everything you need to know for next week’s primary election. Send us links, ideas, or corrections (it’s a work in Click for full story.