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Finding Your 2020 Election Day Polling Place

Cary, NC — For local voters waiting to cast their 2020 ballots on Election Day, here’s a quick guide to finding your assigned November 3rd polling place, knowing when to be there and making sure you’re registered. Read more

Board of Education Candidates Talk School Reopenings

Cary, NC — On October 14, The Cary Chamber hosted their second candidates forum, this time for those running to represent Cary on the Wake County Board of Education.

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Chamber Releases 2020 Cary Voter Guide

Cary, NC — As lines extended down sidewalks today at Cary’s Senior Center and Herb Young Community Center, many residents were casting their votes in the 2020 General Election.

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Early Voting Starts this Week in Cary

Cary, NC — The early voting period in North Carolina starts this Thursday, October 15 and will remain open until Saturday, October 31.

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Absentee Ballot Deadline This Month

Cary, NC — The deadline to request an absentee ballot for the November 3 election is fast approaching. Luckily, for registered voters, there’s still a few weeks left.

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Wake Commissioner Candidates Debate COVID Comeback, Transportation

Cary, NC — In a virtual forum Wednesday morning, the Cary Chamber hosted 10 of the 11 candidates vying for a spot on the 7-seat Wake County Board of Commissioners.

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Register to Vote Before the Deadlines

Cary, NC — The regular voter registration deadline is coming up on Friday, October 9, 2020. Here’s how to get registered before then or during early voting with same-day, in-person registration.

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Request & Track Your Absentee Ballot Online

Cary, NC — For those that have requested an absentee ballot, there are 3 ways to track its status in North Carolina.

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Getting Registered to Vote in Cary

Cary, NC — As the yard signs and commercial breaks have already announced, election season is in full swing.

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How to Get An Absentee Ballot

Cary, NC — Due to the uncertainty and risks associated with the coronavirus, North Carolina is seeing a surge of mail-in ballot requests as we near the 2020 General Election.

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