Results: 2018 Primary Election

These are results pulled from the North Carolina State Board of Elections web site.  All precincts have reported in Jackson County and NC District 11.  Results are considered to be preliminary until the Board of Elections has certified them....

How We Voted — June 7 Election Results

Here are the final results of the three items on the Democratic ballot for the June 7th election: District 11 US House of Representatives – Democratic (to run against incumbent Mark Meadows (R) in the general election)...

June 7 Primary Election

Make sure you go to the right precinct on Election Day! Click Here to Find Your Polling Place Click Here to Find Your Polling Place on a Google Map Note that your early One-Stop Voting location may be different from your Election Day polling location. Embed from Getty...

Two Good Candidates for Congress

Possibly the most difficult decision on the June 7th Primary ballot is who to pick as the Democratic candidate for the District 11 U.S. Congress position, to run against Republican incumbent, Mark Meadows.  In alphabetical order, following are briefs on both...

What IS this Sales Tax Referendum?

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 6.75% to 7.00%.  The referendum reads: County Sales and Use Tax Local sales and use tax at the rate...

June 7th Primary

Early voting for the June 7, 2016 Primary election begins on May 26, 2016.  The 4 Early Voting/One-Stop Voting sites will be open on: Thursday, May 26 Friday, May 27 Tuesday, May 31 Wednesday, June 1 Thursday, June 2 Friday, June 3 Saturday, June 4 (reduced hours) All...

Town Hall Is This Thursday!

Congressional Town Hall on May 12 The Democratic Women of Jackson County and Jackson County’s Issues Roundtable are co-sponsoring a Town Hall, featuring Rick Bryson and Tom Hill, on Thursday, May 12, at 6:30 PM.  The event will be held at the Family Resource...

11th Congressional District Town Hall

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 Brian McMahan on the proposed Jackson County sales tax referendum Jackson County Family Resource...

Primary Results (Preliminary)

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 results in the Democratic races: NC Democratic Presidential Primary (77% of precincts reporting)...

New: 2016 Election Central!

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 progress, don’t be shy!) if there’s something else you’d like to see...

Candidates for March 15th Primary

The North Carolina Democratic Party has a page listing all statewide Democratic candidates. Click on candidate’s pictures for their websites, and follow links to their Facebook and Twitter accounts:     US Elections.com also has information on every...

Deadline for Voter Registration to Vote In-Person in March 15 Primary

Links from the NC State Board of Elections: Voter Registration in NC Voter Registration Forms Updating Voter Registration Voter Registration FAQ Same-Day Registration during Early Voting (from the NC State Board of Elections) Eligible individuals may register and vote...

Voting Information

Important 2016 Election/Voting Dates January 25:          Absentee Voting by Mail begins for Statewide Primary February 19:        Deadline for Voter Registration for Statewide Primary March 3:              Early Voting begins for Statewide Primary March...