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Worth a read. Just after arriving home from an election security conference in Washington, D.C., Kim Westbrook Strach penned an op-ed discussing how North Carolina is working to safeguard our elections from interference.
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After an order from the Fourth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals issued Friday (Feb. 9), candidates for N.C. Supreme Court and N.C. Court of Appeals will not file for election during the February filing period. Under the order, primaries will not be held for judicial offices in 2018.
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Candidate filing period under way, ends Feb. 28

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Candidate filing period under way, ends Feb. 28
The regular filing period began Monday, Feb. 12, and ends at noon Feb. 28 for candidates running for most elected offices across North Carolina in 2018.
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Maps of 2018 General Assembly districts

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See links to maps of the 50 N.C. Senate districts and 120 N.C. House districts for the 2018 General Assembly races. (Note: The House districts in Mecklenburg and Wake counties remain subject to litigation in state court.)
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Resolve to register and vote in 2018

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Everything you need to know to vote in May and November 2018.
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A reminder about felons and voting

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Felons in North Carolina cannot register or vote until they've completed all terms of their felony sentences, including any probation or parole.
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The new building is at 430 N. Salisbury St. in downtown Raleigh.
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Welcome to the Ballot Blog!

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The Ballot Blog is your source for elections news and information in North Carolina.
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