We are heading to a run-off. The second-place candidate requested a run-off election to be conducted on Tuesday, November 7th. Our campaign captured 2,256 votes (49% of the votes) on Oct. 10th compared to the second-place finisher who garnered 1,294 votes - a 962 difference. But our campaign was just a few votes short of the 50 percent plus one vote threshold required by state law. So, we will have to go back to the polls on Tuesday, November 7th. We will work even harder in this election to turn out our vote. I was overwhelmed with all the calls and positive comments so let's go and make this vote FINAL. Our Town Council needs diversity. We need a strong and stable voice for West Cary. Let's get it on!. EARLY VOTING INFORMATION FOR CARY TOWN COUNCIL DISTRICT D Run-Off
There will be eight days of early voting for the upcoming Cary District D Run-Off Election for Cary Town Council. Early Voting will begin on Saturday, October 28th and run through Saturday, November 4th. Run-Off Election Day will be Tuesday, November 7. Polls open at 6:30 am and close at 7:30 pm.
Here are the early voting locations:
Wake County - Cary Voters: Herbert Young Community Center 101 Wilkinson Avenue, Cary John M. Brown Community Center 53 Hunter Street, Apex Chatham County - Cary Voters Chatham County Board of Elections 984 Thompson Street, Suite D Pittsboro, NC 27312 919-545-8500
Saturday, Oct. 28 / 8am - 3pm Sunday, Oct 29 / 1pm - 6pm Monday, Oct 30 / 11am - 6pm Tuesday, Oct 31 / 11am - 6pm Wednesday, Nov 1 / 11am - 6pm Thursday, Nov 2 / 11am - 6pm Friday, Nov 3 / 11am - 6pm Saturday, Nov 4 / 8am - 3pm
Run-Off Election Day will be Tuesday, November 7. Polls open at 6:30 am and close at 7:30 pm. I humbly ask for your support and your vote. Let's make sure our voices are heard. Please take five minutes and turn-out to vote.