The 2020 election in Buncombe County

The 2020 election in Buncombe County

Head to the polls Meet the candidates The general election is Nov. 3 , and early voting starts on Oct. 15. That may seem like a while from now , but Election Day is only 48 days away . We want you to be ready to cast your ballot with all the confidence in the world, so we’re breaking down all the 2020 election must-knows for you. In North Carolina, you’ll be voting for a Senate representative , Congressional House representatives, state positions (including Governor and Lieutenant Governor) , local positions (including City Council) and of course, the President of the United States. There are no ballot measures this year — AKA state amendments . In this guide, you’ll find registration + polling information, maps of local voting districts , a breakdown of candidate priorities , a timeline of important dates , and an election dictionary of terms you should know . Basically, if you have a question about the upcoming election, this is your resource . So go ahead and bookmark it , and as always, reach out to us if you have any questions we didn’t answer. Head to the polls Not sure if you’re registered to vote? Check here . Need to register? Learn how to do that here . Note: You have until Oct. 9 to register. Need an absentee ballot? Read all about how to get one here . Waiting until election day? Polls will be open from 6:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m. If you’re in […]

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