One-Stop Voting is under way until May 5 at the Union County Public Library, Stallings VFD, Hemby Bridge VFD and Wesley Chapel VFD, from 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, and Saturdays from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. And this Sunday, April 29, only, polls are open from 1 to 5 p.m. The primary is May 8.
President: Barack Obama
U.S. House of Representatives, District 8: Larry Kissell or Marcus W. Williams
N.C. Governor: Walter H. Dalton, Gary M. Dunn, Bob Etheridge, Bill Fiason, Gardenia M. Henley or Bruce Blackmon
N.C. Lieutenant Governor: Eric L. Mansfield or Linda D. Coleman
N.C. Commissioner of Agriculture: Walter Smith or Scott Bryant
N.C. Commissioner of Labor: Marlow Foster, Ty Richardson or John C. Brooks
N.C. Treasurer: Ron Elmer or Janet Cowell
N.C. House of Representatives, District 55: Dale Nelson or Tony Benton
President: Newt Gingrich, Ron Paul or Mitt Romney
U.S. House of Representatives, District 8: Richard Hudson, Scott Keadle, Vernon Robinson, Fred F. Steen II or John M. Whitley
N.C. Governor: Jim Harney, Scott A. Jones, Jim Mahan, Pat McCrory, Charles Kenneth Moss or Paul Wright
N.C. Lieutenant Governor: Dale Folwell, Dan Forest, Tony Gurley, Grey Mills or Arthur Jason Rich
N.C. Auditor: Joseph Hank DeBragg, Greg Dority, Debra Goldman, Fern Shubert or Rudy Wright
N.C. Commissioner of Agriculture: Bill McManus or Steve Troxler
N.C. Commissioner of Insurance: James McCall, Richard Morgan or Mike Causey
N.C. Secretary of State: A.J. Daoud, Kenn Gardner, Ed Goodwin or Michael (Mike) Beitler
N.C. Superintendent of Public Instruction: Ray Ernest Martin, David Scholl, John Tedesco, Richard Alexander or Mark Crawford
N.C. Treasurer: Frank Roche or Steve Royal
N.C. House of Representatives, District 69: Jeff Gerber or Dean Arp
N.C. House of Representatives, District 55: Richard Johnson, John L. Barker or Mark Brody
U.S. House of Representatives, District 9: Andy Dulin, Jon Gauthier, Ric Killian, Ken Leonczyk, Richard Lynch, Edwin B. Peacock III, Jim Pendergraph, Robert Pittenger, Michael Shaffer, Mike Steimberg or Dan Barry.
For more information, questions, or a list of polling place for the May 8 primary, contact the Union County Board of Elections at 704-283-3809 or email@example.com.
– Compiled by Eren Tataragasi
Both the Republican and Democrat ballots, and the nonpartisan ballot will include a vote on the proposed constitutional amendment, Amendment One, which “provides that marriage between one man and one woman is the only domestic legal union that shall be valid or recognized in this state.” Voters can only vote “for” or “against” and can only do so during the primary election. It will not be on the ballot during the general election in November.