On behalf of the Bladen County Board of Elections, Mrs. Valeria Peacock McKoy, Interim Director announced the one-stop location and hours for early voting in the 2019 Municipal Election on Monday afternoon. She also announced the Bladen County Precincts and their locations for the November 5, 2019 Municipal Election Day.
One stop voting will be held at the Bladen County Board of Elections office located at 301 S. Cypress St. in Elizabethtown, NC from 9:30 am – 6:30 pm on the following dates.
Wednesday, October 16 – Friday, October 18
Monday, October 21 – Friday, October 25
Monday, October 28 – Friday, November 1
Mrs. McKoy did note the only towns participating in the one-stop voting are Bladenboro, Clarkton, and Elizabethtown. Therefore, registered voters who are eligible to vote in the Municipal elections of Bladenboro, Clarkton or Elizabethtown may go by the one-stop location and vote early.
All eligible registered voters may vote on Election day, November 5th at their Bladen County Precinct location.
The locations are as follows according to Mrs. McKoy’s announcement.
BETHEL – Singletary United Methodist Church 241 3rd St., Dublin NC 28332
BLADENBORO 1 – Historical Bldg. 818 S. Main St., Bladenboro NC 28320
BLADENBORO 2 – Old Spaulding Monroe School, 508 MLK Dr., Bladenboro NC 28320
BROWN MARSH – Town Hall 81 N Elm St., Clarkton NC 28433
CARVERS CREEK – East Arcadia Town Hall, 1472-A East Arcadia Rd., Riegelwood, NC 28456
COLLY – Fire Dept. 1879 White Lake Dr., White Lake NC 28337
ELIZABETHTOWN 1 – Bladen County Recreation Dept. Gym located at 803 W King St., Elizabethtown, NC 28337
ELIZABETHTOWN 2 – Powell-Melvin Agri. Serv. Cen., 450 Smith Cir.., Elizabethtown, NC 28337
HOLLOW – Municipal Bldg. 14867 NC 87 Hwy W, Tar Heel NC 28392
Voters must be registered by Oct. 11.
For information or questions about the elections or voting, contact the Bladen County Board of Elections at (910) 862-6951 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here is a list of candidates. (i) means incumbent.
Commissioners (3 seats): (i) Gene Norton, (i) Patsi Callihan, (i) Sara Jane Benson, Joey Todd, Stephanie A. Thurman, John (Mac) Bowen and Claudette Lewis Guy.
Mayor: (i) Arthur Whedbee, Tim Tart and Jon Hall.
Commissioner (1 seat): Linda Croom
Mayor: (i) Darryl Dowless.
Commissioners (2 seats): (i) David Hursey and (i) David Kirby.
Mayor: (i) Perry Blanks.
Commissioners (3 seats): (i) Carlee Carter, (i) Rhonda Hall and (i) Horace Munn.
Mayor: (i) Sylvia Campbell.
Commissioners (3 seats): (i) Ricky Leinwand, (i) Howell Clark, (i) Dicky Glenn, Crysal Lewis Crumb, Mary A. McMillian, Jessica McKoy Wilson and Debbie Heyward.
Mayor: (i) Roy Dew
Commissioners (3 seats): (i) Sam Allen.
Mayor: (i) Goldston Womble and Gray Marshburn.
Commissioners (3 seats): (i) Tom Riel, (i) Tim Clifton, Jay Young and Dean Hilton.