So are you ready to cast a ballot in Charlotte’s primary election? You don’t have much longer to vote early.
Early voting in the city primaries ends Saturday.
Who can I vote for?
Mayor and city council races are on the ballot. (School board races are not.)
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There are Democratic and Republican primaries for mayor. There are Democratic council primaries for at-large seats and those in Districts 1, 2, 4 and 5. There’s a Republican primary in District 6.
What does it take to win the primary?
A candidate needs 40 percent of the vote to win. If no one hits that, there will be a runoff on Oct. 10.
Where can I vote early?
On Friday, you can vote from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Hal Marshall Center, 618 N. College St.
Vote at eight other sites 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday.
The final day of early voting at all sites will be Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The other sites:
▪ Beatties Ford Road Library, 2412 Beatties Ford Road.
▪ Independence Regional Library, 6000 Conference Road.
▪ Main Library, 310 N. Tryon St.
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▪ SouthPark, 2100 Rexford Road (a new site).
▪ South County Regional Library, 5801 Rea Road.
▪ Steele Creek Library, 13620 Steele Creek Road.
▪ University City (Old Pier 1), 8802 JW Clay Blvd (a new site).
▪ West Boulevard Library, 2157 West Blvd.