Volume 16, Number 2
On Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 7, the polls will be open from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. You can find a sample ballot by going to www.wakegov.com/elections. You do not have to show ID to vote; just recite your address and sign your name.
Wake Forest voters should cast their ballots at their precinct which is listed on their voter registration cards. There are nine precincts in town, which are located at the following sites:
19-03 – Wake Forest Church of God, 155 East Cedar Avenue
19-04 – Richland Creek Community Church, 3229 Burlington Mills Road
19-05 – Wake Forest Presbyterian Church, 12605 Capital Boulevard
19-07 – Flaherty Park Community Center, 1226 North White Street
19-11 – Wake Forest Community House, 133 West Owen Avenue
19-12 – Heritage Middle School, 3400 Rogers Road
19-15 – Wake County School, 931 Durham Road (Former Winn-Dixie, later Wakefield 9th Grade Center)
19-18 – Jones Dairy Elementary School, 1100 Jones Dairy Road
19-19 – Sanford Creek Elementary School, 701 Granite Falls Boulevard, Rolesville
The most recent figures from the elections board show 26,463 registered voters in Wake Forest with 7,657 Democrats, 9,495 Republicans, 9,133 Unaffiliated and 178 Libertarians.