October 4, 2014
- September 5 – Absentee Ballots by mail are available
- October 10 – Registration books close
- October 23 – Early Voting begins.
- October 28 – Last day to request ballot by mail.
- November 1 – Early Voting ends.
- November 4 – Absentee by-mail ballots must be returned by 5:00 p.m.
- November 4 – ELECTION DAY. Polls are open 6:30am – 7:30pm.
2014 Early Vote Schedule
Starts: Thursday, October 23 at all sites
Ends: Saturday, November 1 at 1 pm; all sites
|Thurs, 10/23||8 – 6||12 – 7|
|Fri, 10/24||8 – 6||12 – 6|
|Sat, 10/25||9 – 2||9 – 2|
|Mon, 10/27||8 – 6||12 – 7|
|Tues, 10/28||8 – 6||12 – 7|
|Wed, 10/29||8 – 6||12 – 7|
|Thurs, 10/30||8 – 6||12 – 7|
|Fri, 10/31||9 – 6||12 – 6|
|Sat, 11/1||9 – 1||9 – 1|
- Orange County Board of Elections (BOE), 208 S. Cameron St, Hillsborough
- Master’s Garden Preschool, 7500 Schley Rd, Hillsborough
- Seymour Senior Center, 2551 Homestead Rd, Chapel Hill
- North Carolina Hillel, 210 W. Cameron Ave, Chapel Hill
- Carrboro Town Hall, 301 W. Main Street, Carrboro
October 21, 2014
September 18, 2014
Join Senator Kay Hagan at her Chapel Hill Office Opening
Senator Hagan will be visiting the Chapel Hill field office at
762 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. in Chapel Hill on Friday, September 19th.
The event begins at 4:15pm.
Show up and show your support for our Senator in her re-election bid!
August 20, 2014
25th Annual Legislative Breakfast
featuring keynote speaker
Attorney General Roy Cooper
The Orange County Democratic Party, in partnership with the Orange County Democratic Women, presents the Orange County Democratic Party’s 25th Annual Legislative Breakfast. Please join us as we work to re-elect Senator Kay Hagan and honor Orange County’s past and present legislators.
Roy Cooper was elected North Carolina’s Attorney General in 2000. He has since been re-elected three times. As attorney general, Cooper has used his office to increase consumer protection, protect children from online predators, lower utility bills, and reduce environmental pollution. In 2008, he won more votes than any other candidate in state history and 2012 he faced no primary or general election opposition.
Prior to being elected Attorney General Cooper served as a member of the North Carolina Senate, where he served as majority leader, and in the North Carolina House passing legislation reducing class sizes, increasing pay for teachers, giving victim rights through the Crime Victims Bill of Rights, and banning guns from schools.
Chapel Hill Sheraton
1 Europa Drive, Chapel Hill
Date: October 11, 2014
Registration & Breakfast: 8:30 AM – 9:30AM
Program: 9:30 – 11:30 AM
Tickets: $35.00 (processing charge will be added)
*Tickets are $50 at the door*
Sponsorships are available at the $100, $250, $500 levels.
Sponsors will be recognized at the event.
Contact Matt Hughes (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you’re interested in sponsoring this event or
serving on the Legislative Breakfast Committee.
Checks should be sent to our mailing address: P.O. Box 3368, Chapel Hill, NC, 27515-3368.
Please include your occupation and employer and include “Leg. Breakfast” on the memo.
August 13, 2014
Women to Women Postcard Writing
Saturday, August 30th from 10 am – 12 noon
218 Lake Manor Rd, Chapel Hill
Refreshments will be served. Sample messages for postcards will be provided.
A donation of $10 to help the Orange County Democratic Party cover the cost of the pre-stamped postcards would be greatly appreciated.
If women vote, Kay Hagan wins. It’s that simple.
Let’s make it happen!
(If you cannot attend on the 30st but would like to write some postcards at home, let me know.)