Early One-Stop Voting Begins Today
Special Report - October 18, 2012
North Carolinians who want to vote early in the 2012 General Election can cast their votes at select one-stop voting locations across the state beginning today. One-stop absentee voting in North Carolina begins on October 18 and runs through November 3. During this time, registered voters can vote early, and those who are not yet registered to vote can register and also cast their vote at the same time at select one-stop voting locations in the county where they live. For more information on one-stop (early) voting, visit the State Board of Elections website, where you can also find a list of one-stop voting locations by county.
To help citizens cast an informed vote in the upcoming election, the North Carolina Family Policy Council has produced its 2012 General Election Voter Guide and activated the online version of the Voter Guide. This 24-page voter resource is an impartial and nonpartisan look at where candidates running for state and federal office in North Carolina stand on a variety of important issues ranging from gambling to marriage.
In addition to printing 500,000 copies of the 2012 General Election Voter Guide, the Council has also scanned and made available on its website the actual questionnaire submitted by the candidates. Many candidates chose to provide comments or explanations for their answers, which are available on the website as well.
Visit the Voter Resources page to access the 2012 General Election Voter Guide site, and/or to download an online version of the Guide. To order print copies of the Voter Guide, free-of-charge, in bundles of 100, use the online order form and be sure to specify how many bundles you need. The order form can also be downloaded and returned to the Council via fax (919-807-0900) or mail (P.O. Box 20607, Raleigh, NC 27619).
NCFPC 2012 Voter Guide Orders - September 7, 2012
Voter Resources Available - August 14, 2012
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