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The Columbus County Democratic Party is the primary political party in Columbus County, North Carolina with more than 25,000 registered voters.
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,We encourage everyone who hasn,t yet registered to do so now,, said Carla Strickland, director for the Columbus County Board of Elections. ,We want everyone who is eligible to be able to cast a ballot.,Strickland
said registrations have picked up in recent days, as have telephone inquiries about how to vote.
Around 50 voters registered in the past week, Strickland
said.The office has also had numerous inquiries about absentee ballots.
,We,ve been busy,, she
said voters should check with the elections board to make sure their information is up to date.Name and address changes can sometimes cause delays at the polls on Election Day.
,We want the whole process to be as convenient as possible,, she
Columbus County has just over 36,000 registered voters.Strickland
doesn,t know exactly how many people are eligible, but haven,t registered.
Residents can go by the elections office on Legion Drive or register online with the state Board of Elections
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Columbus County Elections Director Carla Strickland said Mayor Randy Britt confirmed that 59-year-old Mike Hammond died Tuesday.
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Contact: Carla Strickland, (910) 640-6609
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Two people had announced write-in campaigns - current council member Fax Rector and businessman David Worley - but the results won't be known until canvassing, said county Elections Director Carla Strickland.
"It isn't just Whiteville," elections ...
"It isn't just Whiteville," elections director Carla Strickland said Friday.
"It's across the board.
Polls will still be open on election day at municipal polling places, but Strickland
urged voters to take advantage of the early option.
"You never know if something might happen to prevent you getting to the polls on time," she
"This is faster and easier, and it's easier to resolve any issues with registration changes."
Unregistered voters can cast a ballot in their town elections if they take part in the early voting, Strickland
Late registrants may not cast a regular ballot at their respective municipal polling places.
The increasing turnout was a welcome sight, Strickland
"By law we have to print a ballot for every registered voter in every town or city," she