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Macon County • Board of Elections
The Macon County Board of Elections is committed to conducting fair, honest, impartial and efficient elections so that all qualified citizens in Macon County may exercise their right to vote.
The Macon County Board of Elections provides:
The Macon County Board of Elections is also responsible for:
Types of Elections
There are three types of elections: Municipal, Primary and General elections. The following information will describe each type
General elections are held for the following offices:
* Four-year general elections (based on presidential election year).
Registered voters may vote for candidates in either party, regardless of their declared party affiliation.
A Primary Election is held to nominate a candidate to represent a political party in the General Election. Primary elections are held for the following offices:
Governor and other North Carolina officials such as:
Registered voters may vote ONLY in the primary election of their declared party. If a voter is registered as "unaffiliated", he/she may vote in either the Republican or Democratic primary election.