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Wake County voting guide

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Early voting runs Sept. 17-Oct. 3, with Election Day Oct. 6. During early voting, you can register to vote and cast your ballot on the same day.

Wake County voters who live a district with Board of Education candidates can cast ballots in that contest.

All Raleigh voters can cast ballots in the mayoral and at-large races; for district races, you must live in the district to vote for that candidate. The same conecept applies for Cary residents voting for Town Council.

Wake County Board of Elections: 856-6240, www.wakegov.com/elections

The Indy doesn't endorse in unopposed races. Here are our recommendations for the contested elections.

Wake Board of Education

District 1: Rita Rakestraw

District 2: Horace J. Tart

District 7: Karen Denise Simon

District 9: Lois A. Nixon

Raleigh City Council

Mayor: Charles C. Meeker

At-large (two seats open): Russell G. Stephenson
The Indy did not endorse for the second seat.

District B: John Rodger Koopman

District C: No endorsement

District D: Thomas G. Crowder

District E: Bonner Garner Gaylord

Cary Town Council

District A: Lori Bush

District C: Jack W. Smith

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