October 25, 2019
The 2019 November 5th Municipal Elections will be for:
Town of Bridgeton – Type 1 election method which is a nonpartisan plurality election of Mayor and 4 Commissioners
Town of Cove City – Type 1 election method which is a nonpartisan plurality election of Mayor and 5 Aldermen
Town of Dover – Type 1 election method which is a nonpartisan plurality election of Mayor and 5 Aldermen
City of Havelock – Type 1 election method which is a nonpartisan plurality election of 3 Commissioner seats out of 5
Town of River Bend – Type 1 election method which is a nonpartisan plurality election of Mayor and 2 Council seats out of 5 and 2 Council seats with unexpired terms
Town of Trent Woods – Type 1 election method which is a nonpartisan plurality election of Mayor and 3
Town of Vanceboro – Type 1 election method which is a nonpartisan plurality election of Mayor and 5 Alderman
First Craven Sanitary District – Type 1 election method which is a nonpartisan plurality election of 3 District member
ONLY CITY OF HAVELOCK ALLOWS ABSENTEE VOTING (BY-MAIL AND ONE-STOP EARLY VOTING)
ONE-STOP VOTING LOCATION AND TIMES
Board of Elections Office: 406 Craven Street
September 19, 2019
Sept. 19, 2019
Dear fellow voters,
I know you were shocked as I was Sept. 11 when the N.C. House of Representatives held a surprise vote to override Gov. Roy Cooper’s budget veto. Democratic members and the media were told there would be no votes taken; in fact, Republican Speaker Tim Moore convened the session and brought forth the vote on the veto, which passed with a 55 – 9 majority (with only 64 of 120 members present).
September 2, 2019
From Craven County Board of Elections
EARLY VOTING WILL BE OPEN
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7
9 AM UNTIL 5 PM
due to NCSBE Executive Order Opens a New Window.
AFTER SATURDAY, YOU WILL NEED TO GO TO YOUR ASSIGNED PRECINCT ON
ELECTION DAY, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10
POLLS OPEN 6:30 AM – 7:30 PM
Early Voting is CLOSED Thursday Sept.
July 24, 2019
Beginning in 2020, North Carolina voters will be asked to provide photo identification when voting in-person or absentee-by-mail, with some exceptions.
May 1, 2019
Congratulations to Allen Thomas, former mayor of Greenville, on his victory in the NC-03 special congressional primary on Tuesday night! We’ll be fighting for him 100% as he faces the winner of the Republican primary runoff (which will be held in July) in the general election on September 10.
April 22, 2019
The Craven County Democratic Party hosted a forum on Monday night April 8th for the Democratic candidates running in the NC 3rd Congressional District special election. Five of the six candidates for the Democratic nomination to finish the term of Walter Jones, Jr. were in attendance, discussing their plans on a broad range of issues including health care, the economy, protecting our eastern North Carolina shoreline, voting rights, and providing constituent services to the whole of the district.
April 1, 2019
Our 2019 Wainwright Dinner was a huge success, raising funds that will help us organize and get out the vote in the 2019 NC-03 special congressional election and into the 2020 presidential election!
March 26, 2019
At our County Convention last weekend, we elected new county officers who will serve from 2019-2021. We’re excited about these new officers and the new vision they’ll bring to organizing the Democratic Party in Craven County and turning our county blue!
February 12, 2019
Buy your tickets today for our major spring fundraising event, the Wainwright Dinner—featuring guest speakers Michael Morgan and Anita Earls, Associate Justices of the North Carolina Supreme Court!
January 29, 2019
Mark your calendar to join your Democratic neighbors for an important neighborhood meeting in February! If you’ve been looking for a way to get involved in the Democratic Party, this is your big chance!