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Raleigh Voter Guide 2008
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For those of you who call Raleigh home, learn more about the candidates running for the offices of mayor and city council with your 2015 Raleigh Voter Guide 2018 NC Voter Guide presented by Common Cause North Carolina. Sign up to receive updates on the 2018 NC Voter Guide and this year's elections: Registration and resources for North Carolina primary and general election voters. skip to main 2018 North Carolina Festival Guide; RALEIGH • DURHAM One justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court and six judges of the North Carolina Court of Appeals were elected to eight-year terms by North Carolina voters on November 4, 2008. Raleigh, N.C. — Early voting in North Carolina got off to a fast start Thursday, surpassing first-day vote counts from 2008, as candidates and campaigns continued to encourage voters to hit the polls before Election Day. Throngs of people swamped one-stop voting locations statewide and waited for Wake County Republican Voter Guide. We are happy to provide our list of candidates for public office that have been endorsed by the Wake County Republican Raleigh May 8th Voter Guide. The following candidates have primaries and will appear on the ballot on May 8th. Raleigh, NC 27611 tel (919) 829-0343 fax (919) 827-4573 North Carolina Council of State election, 2008. Jump to navigation Jump to search John Odom, a former Raleigh city councilman, was the only Republican candidate. Elections news from the Raleigh News & Observer newspaper in The Triangle. Elections News He faces Linda Coleman in the November election for the 2nd District. Candidate profiles . will be coming for the fall general election. Want to receive important updates about the 2018 election? Sign up to receive email updates: