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The League View appears weekly on Sundays in the Hendersonville Times-News.

JULY 2009

7/5/09

In the State of North Carolina, voting for municipal officials is held in odd numbered years. This year, 2009, all five municipalities in Henderson County will have Council elections. Some of the municipalities will also elect a mayor this year. Hendersonville and Fletcher will hold elections for Mayor. In addition Hendersonville, Fletcher, Flat Rock Laurel Park and Mills River will hold elections for Council seats.
The Henderson County Board of Elections has responsibility for conducting each of these elections. Information pertaining to each election is on their website: www.hendersoncountync.org/ elections The filing dates to be considered for election in any of the municipalities begins July 3 at noon and ends July 17 at noon. Since Henderson County offices are closed July 3 for the July 4 holiday, filing will begin at 8:30 AM on July 6.


7/12/09

In the State of North Carolina, voting for municipal officials is held in odd numbered years. This year, 2009, all five municipalities in Henderson County will have Council elections. The Henderson County Board of Elections is responsible for conducting these elections. Please check your residency and eligibility to vote in the municipal races. Residents of a municipality are the only voters eligible to vote in that election. The municipalities are: Hendersonville, Flat Rock, Fletcher, Laurel Park and Mills River. A voter who resides within a municipal boundary should check the Board of Elections website for information: www.hendersoncountync.org /elections
Primary Voting: Hendersonville, Flat Rock and Fletcher, if required, will hold primary elections should the number of candidates exceed two names for each seat. The date set for any Primary Election is October 6, 2009. The General Election is November 3, 2009.


7/19/09

In the State of North Carolina, voting for municipal officials is held in odd numbered years. This year, 2009, all five municipalities in Henderson County will have Council elections. Although the Henderson County Board of Elections is responsible for conducting the municipal elections, each municipality will pay for their own election. This means that Henderson County government on behalf of all county citizens pays for the day to day operations of the Board of Elections. When municipal elections are conducted each municipality is responsible for costs incurred by the Board of Elections for those elections. These costs include: legal advertising, poll workers, and any other related fees for the operation of the primary and general elections. Please check the Board of Elections website for up to date information on the municipal elections: www.hendersoncountync.org/ elections.


7/26/09

In the State of North Carolina, voting for municipal officials is held in odd numbered years. This year, 2009, all five municipalities in Henderson County will have Council elections. Although municipal elections will not include all citizens in Henderson County, but only residents of the five municipalities, all voting opportunities will still exist. Voters will be able to request absentee ballots for any required primary election and for the general election. Early voting will be available for any required primary and for the general elections.
There are also dates by which a voter must be registered. In addition, if one is registered but has changed addresses this information must be relayed to the Board of Elections within prescribed time limits to maintain a voter’s eligibility for the municipal election. Please check the Board of Elections website for more information: www.hendersoncountync.org/ elections.




 

 



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