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This is the last week for Early Voting

Oct. 31. By Dave Yochum. It’s last week of early voting prior to Election Day on Tuesday Nov. 8. Early voting, which runs from 8 am to 7:30 pm through Friday, will end at 3 pm this coming Saturday. As of Sunday, 7,285 people had voted at Cornelius Town Hall. Any eligible voter in Mecklenburg […]

Vote early, starting tomorrow

Oct. 19. Residents can begin casting their ballots tomorrow in the 2022 general election. One-stop early voting sites are open Oct. 20 through Nov. 5. Visit the Board of Elections web page at MeckNC.gov/BOE to register, confirm a registration, learn about early voting, check your polling location and view your sample ballot. Election Day is […]

Lori Aschenbrand and Sid Morris at Town Hall

Local voting for Town Board begins at 10 am at Town Hall

Oct. 21. Early Voting got under way at 10 am at Cornelius Town Hall and continues through Saturday Oct. 30 at six other locations as well. Voters can cast their ballots starting Oct. 21 in the Community Room at Town Hall. The first two voters on line this morning—actually there wasn’t a line—were Sid Morris, […]

Counting on the Census: One new seat in Congress for NC

April 27. North Carolina gained 1 million residents over the last decade and one new seat in the US House of Representatives. The US Census Bureau puts the nation’s population at 331,449,281; North Carolina’s at 10,439,388 as of April 1, 2020. Population growth in North Carolina gives the state 14 seats in Congress and one […]

Dave Gilroy comments at a Town Board meeting in 2020

Gilroy’s comments at Town Board meeting cut short

April 6. By Dave Vieser. Former Commissioner Dave Gilroy appeared before the Town Board Monday evening to speak in opposition to a proposed increase in density among some of the rural portions of the town. “Once you raise the density, you can never reverse it,” he said. As a private citizen, he was allowed three […]