Iredell’s early-voting tally: 38,110 cast ballots

November 3, 2008

Published: November 3, 2008

Some 38,110 voters lined up outside of One-Stop voting sites throughout Iredell County during the past two weeks to cast their ballots.

With the economy teetering on the verge of recession, unemployment numbers climbing, the war in Iraq still under way and a number of other issues shaping this campaign, Iredell County residents want to ensure they have a say in the future direction of our nation.

http://www2.statesville.com/content/2008/nov/03/iredell-early-voting/news-local/


Forsyth to consider 4-hour extension of early voting

October 31, 2008

The Forsyth County Board of Elections will meet at noon Saturday to decide whether to keep the polls open until 5 p.m. that day.

http://www2.journalnow.com/content/2008/oct/31/forsyth-to-consider-4-hour-extension-of-early-voti/news-local/


One-stop voting nears 15,000

October 31, 2008

By Scott Nicholson

Watauga County’s election numbers are still on track for a record turnout, as early one-stop voting begins to wind down.

As of 10 a.m. Wednesday, a total of 14,515 ballots had been cast in the county, either through the one-stop voting sites or mail-in absentee ballots.

With more than 42,000 active voters on the rolls and more registering daily, voter turnout is already approaching 33 percent with the general election still days away.

http://www.wataugademocrat.com/2008/1027/1031onestopvoting.php 


One-Stop Begins Today.

October 16, 2008

Today marks the first day of voting for registered voters in the stated of North Carolina.   For a list of locations contact your local county board of elections.  Registered voters can one-stop until November the 1st.  Remember to get your requests for Absentee Ballots in, the deadline for those is Tuesday the 28th.  General Election day is Tuesday November the 4th.