Early voting started on Thursday, Oct. 18, and this morning’s News & Observer reports that as many as two thirds of the votes will be cast early. One of those voting on the first day in Wake County was Pota Vallas, 104, who has voted in every election since emigrating from Greece in 1924 — just four years after the 19th amendment was passed.
Follow her example!
Key links for those who want to vote early:
- Find the early voting sites in your county (from state Board of Elections)
- Find your districts and sample ballot (from state Board of Elections)
- Find voter guides comparing the candidates:
- Candidate profiles for more than 800 races statewide (from UNC-TV and NC Center for Voter Education) [If there’s a problem with that link, go to ncvoterguide.org.]
- Candidate Q&A for more than 80 races, statewide and in the Triangle (from WRAL-TV)
- Judicial and Council of State Voter Guide (from the state Board of Elections and mailed to your home. This covers races as authorized by the legislature.)
For more information and answers to lots of questions, see www.ncelectionconnection.com