Early voting starts in Raleigh, Cary, Durham, Fayetteville elections

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Early voting underway

Early voting is underway for the October municipal elections for Raleigh, Cary, and Fayetteville, as well as the primary elections for the City of Durham.

The City of Raleigh ballot will also include a referendum on transportation bonds.

Any eligible voter may vote at any early voting site.

Early voting is available to voters at the following locations in Wake County until Oct.7:
  • Wake County Board of Elections on S. Salisbury Street in Raleigh

  • Anne Gordon Center for Active Adults on Spring Forest Road in Raleigh

  • Green Road Community Center on Green Road in Raleigh

  • Lake Lynn Community Center on Ray Road in Raleigh

  • Method Road Community Center on Method Road in Raleigh

  • Roberts Community Center on E. Martin Street in Raleigh

  • Herbert C. Young Community Center on Wilkinson Avenue in Cary

Residents can also register to vote or update the address on their registration at early voting locations.

Absentee ballots are allowed for the Oct. 10 elections.

In Cumberland County, early voting will be held at the Cumberland County Board of Elections Office in the E. Newton Smith Center on Fountainhead Lane until Oct. 7.

The ballot for Cumberland County voters includes races for Fayetteville mayor and Fayetteville Council Districts 1, 2, 3, 5, 6 and 7.

For more information and for links to voter information, polling place finder, and the N.C. Board of Elections, visit co.cumberland.nc.us/elections or call (910) 678-7733.

Wake County voters can also learn more about voting or registering to vote at wakegov.com/elections or calling (919) 856-6240.

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