5 days to election

Our Nation needs your Vote

Haven't voted yet? You can still cast an early ballot on Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Not registered? You can also register to vote during early voting, at any early voting location. Otherwise you must vote on Tuesday, November 3 and if you are not registered by then you cannot vote on election day.

If you have a mail-in ballot and have not yet voted, you can drop off your ballot (you must also have the envelope, along with signatures) at any early voting location or the Board of Elections office. On election day you can only drop off mail-in ballots at the Board of Elections office, and only until 5pm. If you requested a mail-in ballot and have not received it ... don't wait any longer, go vote at one of the early voting sites.

Don't wait until election day to vote

Think about what might happen: it might be storming; your car might break down; you might not feel well; there might be very long lines at the polls, the power might go out, or any of a thousand other problems preventing you from voting on November 3. The ballot is long, and takes about 10 minutes to complete. If you don't want to wait in a long line on election day, go vote now and make sure your voice is counted. Here is a list of times and places for early voting. Early voting ends Saturday at 3pm.

Need a sample ballot for the polls? Here is the 4th Congressional district (east part of Chatham) and here is the 13th Congressional district (western part of Chatham). They are the same except for the one Congressional race.

Please remember to vote the entire ballot, front and back. All of our great candidates deserve your support.

You can see a list of everyone who has voted through the end of the day on Tuesday at this link. Note that some mail-in ballots might not yet be on the list, but all in-person early votes should be on the list. If you have voted and your name is not on the list, that is a problem. If you have not voted and your name is on the list, that is a problem. If you suspect a problem, contact the Chatham County Board of Elections at 919-545-8500 or 919-307-1586 and discuss your concerns with the staff.

Voting on Election Day

One election day you must vote at your precinct. *MANY PRECINCT VOTING LOCATIONS HAVE CHANGED THIS YEAR due to COVID-19.* Go here for a list of polling places, or go here and type your address in the search box for your polling place.

Check your information, and check for your friends and relatives who might not know about the changes. Don't go to a closed location!

Voting Statistics

As of October 27, these are the voting statistics in Chatham County. Is your name in the ‘voted’ column? Are those of your family and friends? We need a strong turnout the last three days of early voting and on election day.

Overall Chatham County: 35,127 (65%)

  • Democrats: 20,741 (70%)
  • Republicans: 7,709 (56%)
  • Unaffiliated: (12,937 (60%)

We Still Need Your Help

Can you give a few hours on election day at the polling places? These are the locations and openings at the Precinct locations. Please volunteer just a few hours of your time on Tuesday.

Precinct Location 6:30-9:30 AM 9:30 - 1:00 PM 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM 4:00 PM - 7:30 PM
Albright Silk Hope School 1 1 1 1
Bennett Bennett School 1 Full Full 1
Bonlee Bonlee School 2 2 1 1
Bynum Northwood HS 1 Full Full Full
E Siler City Paul Braxton Gym 1 Full Full 1
E Williams New Hope Church Full Full Full Full
Goldston JS Waters 2 1 1 2
Hadley Emmaus Baptist Church 1 1 Full 1
Harpers Crossroads Chatham Central HS 2 1 2 2
Hickory Mtn Pittsboro Elementary 1 Full Full 2
Manns Chapel Perry Harrison Elementary Full Full Full Full
New Hope Hollands Chapel Church 2 2 1 1
North Williams Governors Village Full Full Full 1
Oakland Horton Middle School 2 Full 2 2
Pittsboro Ag Center Full Full Full Full
Three Rivers Moncure School 2 2 1 2
W Siler City W Chatham Sr Center 2 2 2 2
W Williams Gathering Place Full 1 Full 1

To volunteer, simply go here and let us know you can help Make America Great Again.

From History

"Hold on, my friends, to the Constitution and to the Republic for which it stands. Miracles do not cluster and what has happened once in 6,000 years, may not happen again. Hold on to the Constitution, for if the American Constitution should fail, there will be anarchy throughout the world."
--Daniel Webster

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