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Everything you need to know about Tuesday's primary election

08 May 2018

They'll re-open for regular hours from 9 a.m.to 5 p.m. on Wednesday.

Michael Bitzer, a Catawba College political science professor who analyzes early voting data, said he anticipates overall primary turnout will reach around 15 percent, or about 1 million voters.

In other statewide races, Attorney General Tom Miller and Treasurer Michael Fitzgerald, both Democrats, have no opposition in either the primary or general election.

The deadline to register to vote for the election is May 21, 2018.

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Sixty-four percent of votes in California's primary were cast early, with 43 percent by mail.

The only Democratic primary in Catawba County is in U.S. House District 5, which covers three precincts in Northwestern Catawba County.

Can I change my vote?

An valid ID for voting purposes must include the voter's name, which must conform to the name on the individual's voter registration record. Voters will be able to update their address under certain conditions on primary day, however.

If all of them registered to vote, they would make up slightly more than 28 percent of the electorate, according to Watan, a non-partisan campaign that aims to promote youth voting. He believes with the number of rallies and marches across the country, more young voters will head to the polls. "I really hope it drives the people to come out and vote". Identification won't be required until 2019.

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No. The Republican-controlled N.C. General Assembly earlier this decade passed a law to require voters show a specific type of photo ID to cast a ballot, but that law wasn't implemented after a court challenge argued it would unfairly disenfranchise minority voters.

The announcement triggered a Go Home and Vote (#PulangMengundi) movement on social media to collect donations and arrange carpools to help people get home midweek to vote. If the voter received a sample ballot, they can also use the form on the back to request an absentee ballot. The only exception is representatives of a disabled voter's employer or union.

Hashim also dismissed a claim that the space after the names of certain candidates in some ballot papers had been rubbed with candle wax to make it hard for voters to mark.

Voters who are physically unable to enter the polling place are allowed to vote curbside.

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Mail-in ballots must be turned in to one of the locations given below, sent back to election officials by May 29 or dropped off at any polling location on Election Day.

Everything you need to know about Tuesday's primary election