Charlotte voters are going to the polls to choose their sixth mayor in four years – and elect a city council with at least five new faces.
Voters in Mecklenburg County’s six towns also will elect new leaders.
And county voters will choose new board members for Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools and vote on a $922 million in bonds for school construction and renovation.
Early voting starts Thursday, Oct. 19. The election is Nov. 7.
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Early voting for Mecklenburg County’s municipal and school board elections starts Thursday morning. Find details here.
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