All Cary voters may vote for one At-Large candidate to represent the whole city on the Town Council. Voters living in Districts A or C may also vote for one candidate to represent their District. (Candidates for Mayor and Districts B and D will be on the ballot in 2023.) Cary’s elections are non-partisan.
Rocky Mount elects the Mayor and City Council in non-partisan elections for 4-year terms. Some seats are elected every two years. The delayed Census results caused the 2021 election to be postponed until 2022.
Nine members of the W-S/Forsyth County Board of Education will be elected this year with a primary election in May and general election in November. Voters in District 1 will pick 2 members, voters in District 2 pick 4 members, and all voters elect 3 At-Large members. Find the District you live in at demnc.co/distr.
All New Bern voters may vote for 1 candidate for Mayor and 1 candidate for the Board of Aldermen to represent their Ward on the Board; only voters living in the Ward can vote for that Ward’s representative.
Greenville elects the Mayor and City Council in non-partisan elections for 2-year terms. The delayed Census results caused the 2021 election to be postponed until 2022.
All Elizabeth City voters may vote for 1 candidate for Mayor and 2 candidates for the City Council to represent their Ward; only voters living in the Ward can vote for that Ward’s representatives.
Charlotte voters may vote for 1 candidate for Mayor, 4 candidates for At-Large seats on the City Council and 1 candidate to represent your District on the Council. Find the District you live in at demnc.co/distr.
Asheville voters choose their Mayor and City Council in a two-step process. First, the 2 candidates for Mayor with the most votes in the May primary, as well as the top 6 Council candidates, will advance to the November ballot. Then, in November, voters will elect the Mayor and 3 Council members.