At stake: Runoff will determine whether Dan Clodfelter or Jennifer Roberts will be the Democratic mayoral nominee. The winner faces Republican Edwin Peacock on Nov. 3.
Who can vote: Democrats, whether they voted Sept. 15 or not, can cast a ballot. So can unaffiliated voters – unless they voted in the Republican primary. Libertarians and Republicans can’t vote.
Voting day: Charlotte polls open at 6:30 a.m and close at 7:30 p.m. With turnout expected at less than 4 percent, don’t be deterred by the prospect of long lines.
Early voting: A total of 4,114 people voted early. That included about 2,500 women and 1,500 men. About 2,100 African-Americans and 1,800 whites voted early.
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Family: Wife; two adult children.
Occupation: Attorney, Parker Poe.
Political experience: Mayor, 2014-present: N.C. Senate, 1999-2014; City Council District 1, 1987-93.
Community service: Former chairman of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning Commission.
Campaign contact: www.danclodfelter.com; 704-768-2143
Hometown: Raleigh, grew up in Charlotte.
Family: Husband, two children.
Occupation: Community advocate, consultant
Political experience: County Commissioner, 2004-2012.
Community Service: Board president of International House; vice president of the Choir School at St. Peter’s; leadership council for United Negro College Fund; raised money for domestic violence shelter on West Boulevard.
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