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Elections 2022

Voters in N.C. House District 43 have a choice between two veteran officeholders in the Nov. 8 general election. Republican Diane Wheatley won the seat in 2020 after six-term incumbent Elmer Floyd was defeated in the Democratic primary. Floyd lost the Democratic nomination to political newcomer Kimberly Hardy in 2020. But in a 2022 rematch, Floyd defeated Hardy in the May primary.

North Carolina voters have until 5 p.m. Tuesday to request a mail-in ballot for the Nov. 8 general election, according to the N.C. Board of Elections. Meanwhile, early one-stop voting will continue at eight polling sites across Cumberland County through Nov. 5, according to the county Board of Elections website, Cumberland County elections website.

Barring any last-minute surprises, political analysts say the U.S. Senate race between Republican Ted Budd and Democrat Cheri Beasley will go down to the wire. The latest polls show Budd with a slight edge, with one within the margin of error,

One-stop early voting for the Nov. 8 elections begins Thursday, Oct. 20, at eight polling sites across Cumberland County. The early voting period will end on Nov. 5.

Deadlines are looming to register to vote and to request an absentee ballot for the Nov. 8 election. Voter registration will close for the Nov. 8 election on Friday, Oct. 14, according to the …

The governor was running a bit late. But Roy Cooper was on his way. “He’s three minutes away,” a campaign manager for N.C. Senate 21 candidate Frank McNeill was saying Monday at a political fundraiser on the vast and picturesque horse farm of Jim Van Camp just outside Southern Pines in Moore County.

Information session on $97M bond initiative draws small crowd

An information session to talk with residents about the three bond packages that will be on the Nov. 8 ballot for Fayetteville residents drew a small crowd Friday. The education and information …

The N.C. Court of Appeals on Friday denied the city of Fayetteville’s appeal of a judge’s order that it schedule a referendum on a plan that would add at-large seats to the City Council.

Cumberland County Superior Court Judge Jim Ammons ruled Thursday that a referendum on the Vote Yes election plan be placed on the November ballot to allow voters to decide if they want to change the way the City Council is structured.

The Vote Yes Fayetteville advocacy group is suing the city and the Cumberland County Board of Elections seeking to have its plan to reshape City Council elections put before voters in a Nov. 8 referendum. The civil lawsuit, which asks for a temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction, was filed Tuesday in Cumberland County Superior Court.

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