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2017 Voting Rules

 

Most North Carolina municipalities have elections in 2017.

2017 is an odd-numbered year, which means that municipal elections all across North Carolina will be held in the fall. Municipal elections occur between September and November, depending on what style of election the municipality uses.

The state of North Carolina provides for four distinct election types for municipal races, which are detailed more fully on the N.C. State Board of Elections’ election information page.

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The winners of municipal elections oversee the police and other vital services. Many voters skip city elections, so a few voters can make a huge difference. Check out our 2017 Voting Rules Wallet Card, download our full list of 2017 candidates arranged by location, and don’t forget to spread the word!

2017 Candidates List

Most cities have elections this year. View a list of all candidates in 2017, in order by county and location. 

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