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Former Cary Mayor Starts Bipartisan Political Group

Cary, NC – Often, political discussions are about what the different sides of an issue disagree on. But a former Cary mayor is starting a new political action group to focus on what everyone, from Republicans to Democrats and more, feel they can agree on. Read more

Wake Transit Funding Up for Vote

Cary, NC – Most of the attention this election season has been on the Senate, the Governor’s mansion and the White House but there is one issue on the ballot that is closer to home. At the polls, voters will get to make a decision on Wake County’s funding source for an expansion of mass transit. Read more

More Early Voting Sites Now Open

Cary, NC – Eleven new early voting sites opened today in Wake County. If you’ve been put-off by long lines at Herb Young Community Center, these new sites may ease the crush. Read more

Voting Rules Update: Find Your Polling Place

Cary, NC – With the recent federal Circuit Court ruling undoing North Carolina’s 2013 changes to the laws surrounding voting rules, CaryCitizen will lay out the current rules over the next few months to make it easy for you to understand what to do come election day.  Read more

Cary Representatives Share Positions and Solutions at Chamber Meeting

Cary, NC – There are only 35 days until the 2016 general election and even fewer if you’re planning on early voting. So to give them a chance to make their cases to business owners and community members, the Cary Chamber of Commerce hosted North Carolina Representatives and Senators and their opponents to talk with citizens directly. Read more

Voting Rules Update: Early Voting

Cary, NC – With the recent federal Circuit Court ruling undoing North Carolina’s 2013 changes to the laws surrounding voting rules, CaryCitizen will lay out the current rules over the next few months to make it easy for you to understand what to do come election day. Read more

Voting Rules Update: Voter Registration

Cary, NC – With the recent federal Circuit Court ruling undoing North Carolina’s 2013 changes to the laws surrounding voting rules, CaryCitizen will lay out the current rules over the next few months to make it easy for you to understand what to do come election day. Read more

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Local Candidate’s Campaign May Be For Nonexistent Seat

Morrisville, NC – When Morrisville Town Council member Vicki Scroggins-Johnson won her primary earlier this year, she believed the Wake County district she was running for would still exist come November. But now a recent federal court ruling has put this race in limbo. Read more

Trump, Clinton & the NC Bond Issue

Cary, NC – A $2 billion dollar infrastructure bond issue for North Carolina is on the ballot in this election. Let us know in the comments if you plan to vote Yes, No or Don’t Care. Read more

Early Voting

Early Voting Starts in Cary

Cary, NC — Early voting for the March 15, 2016 primary election starts today. Here’s what you need to know. Read more