Early Voting Ends Tomorrow
Special Report - October 29, 2010
North Carolina citizens have until noon Saturday, October 30 to take advantage of one-stop early voting as part of the November 2 midterm election. Until the deadline, registered voters can vote early, and those who are not yet registered to vote can register and cast their votes at the same time at select one-stop voting locations in the county where they reside. For more information on one-stop voting, visit the State Board of Elections website, where you can also download a list of one-stop voting locations by county.
To help citizens cast an informed vote in this important election, the North Carolina Family Policy Council has produced a 2010 General Election Voter Guide and a Voter Guide website. The 24-page voter guide is an impartial and nonpartisan look at where candidates running for state and federal office in North Carolina stand on issues like abortion, the definition of marriage, adoption, gambling, educational choice, tax policy, embryonic stem cell research, and much more.
The 2010 Voter Guide can be downloaded from the North Carolina Family Policy Council’s Voter Resource page. Voters can also download a pdf of each candidate’s responses, which includes additional comments on many questions or more general letters, by clicking on the red pdf link below the candidate’s name within each race.
In addition, the State Board of Elections’ website provides an opportunity for voters to download a sample copy of their ballot. This is especially useful for voters to be prepared for all of the additional county and local races in which they will vote that are not included in the NCFPC’s voter guide.
NCFPC 2010 Voter Guide Now Available - September 28, 2010
Interview - NCFPC Voter Guide - (mp3) (wma) - FPM - September 25, 2010
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