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Election 2020
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By and large, Republican candidates on North Carolina’s ballot fared well on Election Day. One exception was Dan Forest, who lost his bid for governor to incumbent Democrat Roy Cooper, who … more
As tallies trickled in from battleground states, one outcome was clear after election night: America is going to pot. Voters in New Jersey, Arizona and Montana approved ballot initiatives to … more
SELMA — Shortly after 11 p.m. Tuesday, Lt. Gov. Dan Forest conceded the governor’s race to incumbent Roy Cooper while thanking the hundreds of supporters who packed The Farm at 95. … more
Lisa Barnes will be moving from the state House to the state Senate. Barnes, R-Nash, decided to run for Senate District 11 rather than seek reelection to House District 7. The gamble paid off with … more
SMITHFIELD — Johnston voters on Tuesday returned two incumbents and elected two newcomers to the Board of Education. Incumbent Ronald Johnson led the ticket with 52,718 votes, while another … more
SMITHFIELD — With all precincts reporting, Johnston’s incumbent county commissioners, all Republicans, won reelection, according to unofficial returns. Also, another Republican, Fred … more
Voter opinion on who the next president should be varied widely on Tuesday. Kirk Russell, who voted early for Joe Biden, spent Tuesday campaigning for him at C3 Church in the Cleveland community. … more
For much of the day on Tuesday, voters at Johnston County polling places were scarce. At the Church @ Clayton Crossings, home to West Clayton 2 Precinct, there was no line to vote at 9 a.m. By … more
Law enforcement agencies in Johnston are expecting little trouble on Election Day. “As an agency, we are not anticipating much,” said Johnston County Sheriff’s Capt. Jeff … more
Election Day voting is underway in Johnston County, and early lines suggest turnout will be strong. more
SMITHFIELD — Democratic candidates for state and local offices energized a crowd of voters last week, urging them to get their friends and family to vote. more
If you share a snapshot from the voting booth, elections officials might scour your social media pages and offer you a choice: censorship or a criminal charge. That’s what happened to T. … more
Johnston County has 137,363 registered voters. Here are their numbers by party affiliation: Republican — 52,744. Unaffiliated — 44,513. Democrat — 38,997. Libertarian … more
CLAYTON — Saturday’s Johnston County Conservative Rally drew voters who see a nation’s demise under Democrat rule. Warren Leslie, a U.S. Marine Corps veteran, said he feared … more
SMITHFIELD — Johnstonians are taking advantage of the chance to vote early. On Thursday, the first day of early voting, 7,759 Johnstonians cast ballots, according to Leigh Anne Price, … more
SELMA — Vice President Mike Pence on Friday rallied a boisterous crowd that endured rain and wind to show its support for President Donald Trump. The rally was held at the Farm at 95, an … more
There is more content available today about the upcoming election than likely in any previous cycle. While we could fill this page with media sources that have some type of information about the … more
Here’s when and where to vote early in Johnston County starting Oct. 15. Where Archer Lodge — Archer Lodge Community Center, 14009 Buffalo Road, Clayton. Benson — American Legion … more
SMITHFIELD — Here’s what to know about the ballot in Johnston County before early voting begins on Oct. 15. In all, Johnston County has six ballots, but that’s only because Johnstonians live … more
The deadline to request an absentee ballot in Johnston County is 5 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 27. Any registered voter in Johnston County can request a mail-in ballot by visiting the N.C. Absentee Ballot … more
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