Cary, NC — Registered Cary voters living in District D can cast their ballots in a runoff election on Tuesday, November 3, 2015 to choose a new town council member.
Runoff Election is November 3, 2015
The runoff election for District D will occur on Tuesday, November 3, 2015, but you can vote early now through Saturday, October 31, 2015.
The October 6, 2015 election was a Town of Cary Municipal Election. Though this was an off-year (with no presidential election), it was an important time to vote. All the candidates listed on the ballots live and work right here in Cary, like us, and we had the opportunity to choose who represents us and makes decisions our about Cary roads, developments and more.
Mayor Weinbrecht and Council Members Lori Bush and Don Frantz were all reelected after the October election, but the contest for a new District D representative was left undecided. This southwest Cary seat has been vacant for awhile, as it was formerly held by Gale Adcock. Adcock now represents Cary in the North Carolina General Assembly.
District D voters will vote for one of two candidates – Ken George or Maria Cervania – to fill this seat in the November 3, 2015 runoff election.
Below, find links to read the candidates’ unedited answers to our three questions.
Find Your District & Polling Place
This runoff election is for registered Cary voters who live in District D.
If you’re unsure of your district, use this Town of Cary resource to simply click the general location of your home on the map. Two tabs will pop up – one shows your November 3, 2015 polling place and another shows your district.
You can also use this resource from the NC Board of Elections to enter your name, date of birth and county to see your voter info, precinct and polling place location.
You will find a link to view your official sample ballot on that same page, too.
See You at the Polls!
Polls are open on Election Day from 6:30 a.m. until 7:30 p.m. in North Carolina. If you are standing in line at 7:30 p.m. when the polls close, you will be allowed to vote.
Curbside voting is available at every voting place for persons with disabilities.
For more information, visit the Wake County Board of Elections.
See you at the polls, citizens!
Story from staff reports. Photo by Lisa Parker.