National Election Day: Don’t Forget to Vote on November 3rd
Election Day is right around the corner, so make sure you get out and vote. Although the presidential election isn’t until next year, there are still important issues to consider. This year’s National Election Day is November 3rd in most locations.
According to Time and Date, you’ll be able to vote by popular ballot for local, state, and national issues. Thanks to a law passed in 1792 and additions in 1845, states can hold elections on the first Tuesday–after the first Monday–in November.
Despite the fact that this year is an off-year election, meaning citizens will not be voting for the President; there are still important issues on the ballot. In and near Asheboro, there are multiple offices up for election/re-election:
- Asheboro City Board of Education
- Asheboro City Council
- Franklinville Mayor and Board of Commissioners
- Liberty Mayor and Board of Commissioners
- Ramseur Mayor and Board of Commissioners
- Seagrove Mayor and Board of Commissioners
- Stanley Mayor and Board of Commissioners
- Randleman Board (Ward 1, 4, and At-Large)
- Trinity City Council (At-Large)
For more information about elections in Asheboro, visit this link.