June 7 primary: early vote, absentee and ballot info

On June 7 North Carolina has a statewide nonpartisan primary for Supreme Court justice, as well as congressional primaries.  Orange County is now totally in the 4th District, where David Price has no primary.  Democrats and Libertarians get just the court ballot, while Republicans (plus unaffiliated who want to vote in the GOP primary) also get the Congressional.  Polls on June 7 are open the usual 6:30 am to 7:30 pm  

Regular voter registration is already over, but at early voting same day registration and reporting of address changes is allowed

 

Sample ballots: http://www.orangecountync.gov/departments/board_of_elections/sample_ball...

There will just be two early voting sites, BoE office and Seymour Center, both May 26-27 and May 31-June 4: http://www.orangecountync.gov/departments/board_of_elections/2016Electio...

Any Orange County voter can also vote by mail. Print out the application, fill it out sign it, then either send it USPS (I suggest mailing by May 26) or FAX or scan and attach to an email (I suggest Fax or email be sent by May 27http://www.orangecountync.gov/departments/board_of_elections/2016Electio...

Issues: 

Total votes: 118

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For you Durham County Chapel Hillians, just one early vote site in Durham County http://www.dconc.gov/home/showdocument?id=16798

Orange County had 233 early votes Thursday (43 at BoE in Hillsborough, 190 at Seymour Center in Chapel Hill)

 

(Compares well with Mecklenburg 123, Durham 202, Wake 267, each with one site)

 

The 233 Orange votes broke out by party of voter:

76% Democratic,

19% Unaffiliated,

5% Republican

(no Libertarians)

 

Democrats just got the Supreme Court primary on their ballot as no 4th District Democratic primary. GOP has a 4th District primary.

 

Of the 43 unaffiliated voters, 16% took a GOP CD4 congressional ballot which also had Supreme Court, 63% asked for the unaffiliated ballot with just Supreme Court, and 21% asked for the Democratic ballot, which is actually the same as the unaffiliated ballot, just Supreme Court.

 

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