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Absentee voting is underway statewide

Today is the first day of absentee voting, and this year, the Brunswick County Board of Elections received more than 14,000 absentee ballots.

One week from Super Tuesday, what’s on your 2020 primary ballot?

Are you ready for Super Tuesday? Voters in North Carolina will head to the polls in exactly one week.

Brunswick County plans to purchase new voting machines

Voting is fundamental right and Brunswick County Board of Elections say they want to make sure voters are confident that their elections are smooth, fair, and accurate.

Some precinct locations moved due to Hurricane Florence damage

In the weeks leading up to Tuesday's mid-term election, board of elections officials across the Cape Fear have had to scramble to find new places for voters assigned to precinct locations damaged during Hurricane Florence.

Nearly 150 voters given wrong ballots in Leland

Nearly 150 voters will have to recast their ballots due to 'human error' at a polling location in Leland.

Brunswick County Board of Elections picks early voting sites

The Brunswick County Board of Elections picked early voting sites at their meeting Tuesday, but there's still more to be decided.

Low early voting turnout across the Cape Fear

Across the Cape Fear Region Bladen and Pender counties had the highest turn out for early voting.

Early voting in Leland moves to Belville

The Brunswick County Board of Elections voted to change the location of its early voting site for this year's primary Tuesday afternoon.

No early voting at previous locations in Leland

People who live in northern Brunswick County may have to drive farther if they want to vote early. Don't make plans to cast your ballot at the Leland Cultural Arts Center or Leland Town Hall during one-stop early voting this year.

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