Early voting underway in Moore County

In-person early voting for 2024’s March 5 primary election kicked off on Thursday, Feb. 15 across North Carolina.

Statewide, more than 340 early voting sites are open for early voting ahead of the primary.

“In-person early voting is one of the ways voters can cast ballots securely in North Carolina,” said Karen Brinson Bell, executive director of the State Board of Elections. “The bipartisan election officials who work at each early voting site are prepared for a smooth voting process and to ensure the ballots of eligible voters are counted.”

There are 75,487 registered voters in Moore County as of Feb. 17, according to the North Carolina Board of Elections. The county has almost exactly 15,000 registered Democrats, more than 31,000 registered Republicans and some 28,500 undeclared independents.

Over 113,000 votes have already been cast, with 1,031 thus far in Moore County.

The county has two early voting sites open through the end of the early voting period, which ends on Saturday, March 2 at 3 p.m.

Those sites are located at the Moore County Agricultural Center at 707 Pinehurst Ave. in Carthage and the West Southern Pines Center at 1250 W. New York Ave. in Southern Pines.

By Randolph Record

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