Elections

  Lee congratulates Peterson after vote canvass widens challenger’s lead

Harper Peterson’s lead over incumbent Michael Lee has increased to 241 votes after absentee and provisional ballots were counted Friday.

  Democrats win 3 of 4 NHC school board votes

'It is very humbling’: Carson Smith, Jr. beats John Johnson to win N.C. House District 16 race

'I’m just ready to get to work now’: Alan Cutler projected to be new Pender County Sheriff

Democrats to take control of the New Hanover Co. Board of Commissioners for the first time since the 1980s

Davis emerges from three-candidate field running for NC House District 19

Peterson ousts Lee by 38 votes for New Hanover County Senate seat

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Butler wins election to appointed seat

Tight race for sheriff in Columbus County

Republican candidates take the vote for school board in Brunswick Co.

Iler keeps District 17 House of Representatives seat

Incumbent John Ingram re-elected as sheriff

Richardson wins Whiteville City Board of Education District 1 seat

Coleman Barbour wins Whiteville City Board of Education at-large seat

Coleman Barbour is projected to win the Whiteville City Board of Education member at-large seat.

Congressman David Rouzer wins re-election to U.S. House

The Associated Press announced at 9:19 p.m. that Republican David Rouzer won re-election to U.S. House in North Carolina's 7th congressional district.

North Carolina voters reject amendment that would have given lawmakers dominant role in filling judicial vacancies

North Carolina voters reject amendment that would have given lawmakers dominant role in filling judicial vacancies

  Election officials extend voting hours in Tabor City

North Carolina officials say high humidity is to blame after receiving reports that ballots in some precincts can’t be fed through tabulators, but they stress that all ballots will be counted.

Man not allowed to wear Trump shirt votes shirtless

On Election Day, a bald eagle was seen soaring in Murrells Inlet

Two polling places moved in New Hanover County

Fact or Fiction: Looking into 2018 political ads

Need a ride to the polls? Organizations and companies offering free and reduced rate rides

Water main leak forces room change at New Hanover Co. polling location

Tips for voters heading to the polls

Voters will head to the polls Tuesday morning for mid-term elections.

Michael Lee blames media, ‘dirty politics’ in response to ethics complaint

State Senator Michael Lee (R-New Hanover) held a press conference Friday to address a formal ethics complaint filed against him by two Wilmington residents.

Meet the candidates running for school board in New Hanover Co.

Eight candidates are vying for four seats on the New Hanover County School Board in the upcoming election, Nov. 6. Here’s a breakdown of the candidates and their goals.

'It’s dirty politics’: Libertarian Party members unhappy after candidate endorses incumbent Lee in NC Senate race

Ethan Bickley, a Libertarian candidate running for the District 9 seat in the North Carolina Senate, has decided to endorse the incumbent in the race, Sen. Michael Lee, a Republican seeking re-election to a third term representing most of New Hanover County.

What voters need to know about six constitutional amendments on Tuesday’s ballot

“Once something is codified in the constitution, it becomes very difficult to change,” says UNCW professor Aaron King.

Midterm Elections: Polling places affected by Hurricane Florence

Voters should have been notified by mail if their location has changed.

Incorrect ballots given to voters in Brunswick County

According to a news release from the county’s Board of Elections, some voters were given incorrect ballots at the Leland Cultural Arts Center last week.

GenX, affordable housing dominate discussion at Power Breakfast

The breakfast served as a forum for business leaders to hear from those running for New Hanover County Commission, North Carolina State Senate District 9 and US House of Representatives District 7.

Candidate’s campaign signs defaced with hate speech

County commission candidate finds her campaign signs defaced with hate speech about her sexual orientation.

Pender County residents cast their early votes

Early voting started Wednesday at 7 a.m. and the Board of Elections office in Burgaw was one of many places residents could cast their ballots.

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2018 One Stop Voting Locations

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2018 Sample Ballots

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2018 Candidate Filings

2018 Candidate Filings in southeastern North Carolina

Early voting in North Carolina begins Wednesday

Voters can visit any one-stop voting site in their county to vote during the early voting period

Redistricting, school safety, funding are top issues at school board candidates’ forum

Redistricting, school safety and funding were some of the issues discussed at a forum featuring candidates running for seats on the New Hanover County Board of Education

NHC commissioner, school board candidates to meet in forum tonight

Candidates running for New Hanover County Board of Education and Board of Commissioners will attend a forum Thursday, October 4, at 6:30p.m. at the Senior Services Center in Wilmington.

Columbus County Board of Elections closes early voting sites

Early voting doesn't start for another month, but it's already causing controversy in Columbus County.

N.C. election investigators looking into registration drives in New Hanover County

North Carolina election investigators are looking into alleged misconduct involving voter registration drives in several counties, including New Hanover.

NC Board of Elections approves Sunday voting in Brunswick, Pender counties

The State Board of Elections and Ethics Enforcement approved a proposal allowing voters in Brunswick County to cast their ballots Oct. 28 from noon-4 p.m. at satellite locations.