On Oct. 8, 2019, Raleighites will vote on a city council from 27 Raleigh City Council candidates. Voters will choose one mayoral candidate, two at-large candidates and for a candidate from their district (find your district by searching your address at the bottom of this page or by going here to check your jurisdictions.)
Not sure you’re registered to vote? Check here.
Need to register to vote in North Carolina? Here’s the form to fill out.
How late can I register to vote in Wake County? By 5 p.m. Sept. 13.
However, the Wake Co. Board of Elections says: “If you missed the deadline to register, you can register and vote at the same time at any early voting location.“
Raleigh City Council candidates:
RALEIGH MAYORAL CANDIDATES
RALEIGH AT-LARGE CANDIDATES
RALEIGH DISTRICT CANDIDATES
How the Raleigh Convergence is covering the election
Your council, your questions. Based on the “citizens agenda” model, the Raleigh Convergence will be sending a questionnaire to candidates based on your most important questions for Raleigh’s future — it’s the Raleighites Agenda. Read more here.
Coming this week: Questions from the Innovate Raleigh forum with the Raleigh Chamber of Commerce.