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Chatham county's One Stop voting schedules and information

Posted Sunday, October 26, 2014

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Pittsboro, NC - Early voting started this past Thursday, October 23 at four sites in Chatham County. The main polling place is the Board of Elections Offices at 984 Thompson Street in Pittsboro, NC. Hours of operation are between Thursday, October 23, 2014- Saturday, November 1, 2014. 7 AM-7 PM weekdays, 8 AM-6 PM Saturday, October 25, 8 AM-1 PM Saturday, November 1.

Additional Sites:

* North Chatham (Cole Park Plaza),11470 Hwy 15-501 N-Suite 232, Chapel Hill, NC 27517

* Siler City (Earl B. Fitts Community Cen.), 111 S. Third Ave., Siler City, NC 27344

* Goldston (Town Hall), 40 A Coral Ave., Goldston, NC 27252

Open: Thursday, October 23, 2014- Saturday, November 1, 2014

7 AM-7 PM Weekdays

8 AM-5 PM Saturday Oct. 25

8 AM-1 PM Saturday Nov. 1

* Any registered voter in Chatham County can vote at any of the Early Voting/One Stop sites.

* In person registration is no longer permitted at One Stop/Early voting. You must have been registered by October 10, 2014. You can check your voter registration status at www.ncsbe.gov/webapps/voter_search/

* Election Day voting: All 19 polling places in Chatham County will be open from 6:30 am until 7:30 pm on Tuesday, November 4, 2014.

* On Election Day, you must vote in your proper precinct. Any provisional ballot cast outside of a voter's correct precinct will not be counted.. Any person who is not sure of their voting precinct can call the office at 919-545-8500.

* Straight party voting is no longer used in North Carolina. Each contest selection must be marked separately.

* Voters will not be required to show a photo ID in order to vote in this year's elections. Precinct officials will be providing information about the 2016 photo ID requirement and will be asking voters to sign a form if they do not believe they have acceptable ID. These voters will be given instructions on how they can obtain a no-fee photo ID from the North Carolina DMV.

FMI: Dawn Stumpf of Chatham County Elections at 919-545-8509 or email dawn.stumpf@chathamnc.org

 
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