Meet the 2019 Raleigh Mayor Candidates
The September 5, 2019 publication of The Technician, the official student newspaper at NCSU provides interviews of the 6 candidates for Mayor of Raleigh. Each candidate answers a series of questions about the issues facing our city and how they plan to address the issues. The Technician has provided the city a great service.
Information below is for the 2019 Wake County Municipal Elections. The Wake County Board of Elections website includes extensive, easy to use and clearly defined resources for voter registration and updates, candidates, polling locations, and schedules for voting. The links below open the referenced information on the Wake County Board of Election website.
Register and Update Online
North Carolina residents may check the Register to Vote page to determine if they are eligible to to vote. Download the voter registration form to register or to update name, address or party affiliation. The completed form is to be signed and mailed to the Wake County Board of elections office.
Who Represents Me?
Enter your information in the View My Voter Information form and you will discover this as well as
- See if I am registered to vote.
- Find my polling place.
- Verify my address and party affiliation.
- View my sample ballot.
- View my voting jurisdictions.
- View my voter history.
- Track the status of my absentee ballot.
- Track the status of my provisional ballot.
Ways to Vote
In Wake County, you may vote in the following ways. Click the link for instructions.
Polling Site Changes
During the spring of 2019 some polling places were reassigned. Lake Lynn Community Center is undergoing repairs and will not be used for early voting this year. Even if you’ve always voted, check your current registration status and polling place.
Check the Wake County Board of Elections site for additional information including locations and daily time schedules for Early Voting. For complete information see Early Voting and Election Day Voting.
Wake County 2019 Municipal Elections
City of Raleigh and Town of Cary Municipal Elections
The municipal elections in Raleigh and Cary occur a month before the other municipal elections. Early voting begins on September 18 and ends on October 4. Election day is Tuesday October 8. If necessary, Cary and Raleigh will have Runoff Elections on November 5.
November Municipal Elections
Municipal elections in Angier, Apex, Durham, Fuquay-Varina, Garner, Holly Springs, Knightdale, Morrisville, Rolesville, Wake Forest, Wendell, and Zebulon will begin with early voting from October 16 through November 1. Election day is Tuesday November 5.