A runoff primary will be coming up on June 22, 2010. The polls will open at 6:30 a. m. and close at 7:30 p. m. If you are not registered to vote already, you will not be able to vote or register and vote on June 22.
If you are a registered Democrat and were eligible to vote in the May 4 primary, you will be able to vote in this one. The Democratic contests are for the U. S. Senate and Guilford County Sheriff.
If you are a registered Republican, were eligible to vote on May 4, AND LIVE IN U. S. HOUSE DISTRICTS 12 OR 13, you will be able to vote in this one. The Republican contests are in U. S. House Districts 12 and 13.
If you are registered as Unaffiliated, then: If you DID NOT VOTE in the May 4 primary, you can vote in the Democratic primary; or, if you DID NOT VOTE in the May 4 primary, and IF YOU LIVE IN U. S. HOUSE DISTRICTS 12 OR 13, you can vote in the Republican primary.
If you VOTED A DEMOCRATIC BALLOT IN THE MAY 4 PRIMARY, you must VOTE A DEMOCRATIC BALLOT IN THIS PRIMARY.
If you VOTED A REPUBLICAN BALLOT IN THE MAY 4 PRIMARY and you live in U. S. House districts 12 or13, you must VOTE A REPUBLICAN BALLOT IN THIS PRIMARY.
If you VOTED A NONPARTISAN BALLOT ONLY IN THE MAY 4 PRIMARY, you cannot vote in this primary.
If you are registered as a Libertarian, you cannot vote in this primary.
To see a sample ballot, you can to the the North Carolina State Board of Elections website. Then, click on Click here for sample ballots. Next, click on your county. Finally, ORGUIL1 is the Democratic sample ballot. ORGUIL3 is the Republican sample ballot for U. S. House District 13. ORGUIL4 is the Republican sample ballot for U. S. House District 12.
To find out your precinct and polling place, you also can use the North Carolina State Board of Elections website. Once there, click on My Election Information. Next, put in your first name, last name, date of birth, and county. Your voter information will come up. Included will be precinct number and polling place.
As a final note, these other categories of voters will not be able to vote in the June 22 primary: 1) Registered Republicans who live in U. S. House District 6; and 2) Unaffiliated voters who chose the Republican ballot on May 4 and live in U. S. House District 6.
If you are eligible, please vote on June 22 and let your voice be heard!
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