Early Voting Final

By Ran Northam Posted May 5, 2014 at 6:27 am

The final day of early voting was by far the most popular as more than 1100 people cast their ballots.

In all, close to 6,000 people voted early for the Primary Election, which takes place Tuesday. The early voting results will be the first to be posted by the Board of Elections, which go live with the absentee ballots at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday when the polls close.

The most popular location for early voting this year was the Board of Elections headquarters in Hillsborough. It saw more than 1800 ballots cast. The Seymour Senior Center came in second with 1,677, and Carrboro Town Hall came in third with 1,512.

The North Carolina Hillel Center, which was the closest voting location to campus, only saw 504 votes cast and Master’s Garden only saw 204 votes in the nine-day early voting period.

The Orange County Sheriff race could see a runoff election if the person with the most votes doesn’t receive more than 40 percent of the votes. However, if he does, he will most likely win the Sheriff’s seat since there are no Republican opponents on the ballot.

The other seats that have only seen Democrats declare are the Orange County Board of Commissioners At-Large and District 2 chairs, Register of Deeds, and four Orange County School Board seats. The Carrboro Board of Aldermen special election is also taking place Tuesday.

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