It is based on data for Dare County’s One-Stop turnout during the 2018 General Election Background: The Board of Elections submitted a "plan for implementation" for one-stop voting sites and hours for the special election in September. The board unanimously approved, and the state board of elections concurred, reducing one-stop voting hours to
The Dare County League of Women Voters elected and swore in new officers, and appointed committee directors, at their Annual Meeting during a luncheon held at Pamlico Jacks on June 6. Pictured left to right are Mary Jane Slesinski, Marion Midgett, Andrea Schollaert, Carol Butscher, Glenda Keel, Judy Lotas (Co-President), Lorelei DiBernardo, Jessica Loose, Kathryn
The Dare County League of Women Voters has a busy Election season coming up! Here are our current plans to support the two important upcoming elections: We invited the 4 candidates in the September 10th Special General Election to participate in our on-line, non-partisan Voter Guide called VOTE411. All voters can access this site at www.vote411.org to
Due to the recent death of Rep. Walter Jones, the 3rd District U.S. House seat is vacant and the State Board of Elections announced a Special Election fill it. There are 26 potential candidates who have filed for the primary election! That is an incredible number and it speaks to the importance of this seat.
The 2018 NC General Election ballot will include six proposed amendments to the NC Constitution, for which voters may vote “For” or “Against.” This guide shows each amendment as it will appear on the ballot, a link to the official explanation, and a link to the bill defining the amendment.
It is sometimes felt that gerrymandering is such an obvious form of chicanery that any political body sincerely desiring to achieve a completely equitable redistricting should have no trouble in carrying out such a purpose . . . But whenever the drawing up of the boundaries is left even slightly to the discretion of an