Friday is deadline to register for November 7 election

Early voting begins for upcoming Nov.7 general election (photos)

Voters face key deadlines for general election

You may register to vote at the local board of elections.

Applications sent by mail must be postmarked by Friday and received by the BOE no later than October 18. Online applications must be submitted by 11:59 p.m. on Oct.16. Voters can also check voter registration online.

Kings Mountain voters cast ballots at the H. Lawrence Patrick Senior Life & Conference Center and at Mauney Memorial Library Community Room. If you need to request a ballot by mail, the Department of Elections advises applying as early as possible to account for any potential delays in mail delivery. Filing campaign paperwork with the county board of elections allows Hamrick to raise funds and make campaign signs. Ward 2 councilman Mike Butler is opposed by Patty Hall and At large councilman Curtis Pressley is opposed by David Allen. Cherry Creek School District cancelled its school board election since the two candidates vying for two open spots are running unopposed.

Along with the city government issues, Aurora Public School Board has four open seats on the seven-member board to fill in an at-large race. They are: Dena Green, Tommy Greene, Coleman Hunt, Rodney Fitch, Robert Queen and Kevin Whisnant.

New Yorkers can check the status of their voter registration and political party affiliation here or by calling 1-866-VOTE-NYC.

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