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Bladen County One-Stop Location and Hours for the 2019 General Election

1. The Bladen County Board of Elections at 301 S. Cypress St. Elizabethtown, NC.
Wednesday, August 21 – Saturday, August 24
Monday, August 26 – Saturday, August 31
Tuesday, September 3 – Friday, September 6
from 8:30 am – 5:00 pm

2. Tar Heel Municipal Bldg. at 14867 NC 87 Hwy. W. Tar Heel, NC.
Wednesday, August 21 – Saturday, August 24
Monday, August 26 – Saturday, August 31
Tuesday, September 3 – Friday, September 6
from 10:30 am – 7:00 pm

There will be no voting on Sundays or Labor Day.

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The two-week filing period for candidates wanting to run for municipal office in Bladen County is set to begin Friday at noon at the Bladen County Board of Elections office on Cypress Street in Elizabethtown.

Filing will end Friday, July 19 at noon, according to the Bladen County Board of Elections office. The filing vote is $5. The election is set for Tuesday, Nov. 5. Voters must be registered by Oct. 11.

Elections will be held in Bladenboro, Clarkton, Dublin, East Arcadia, Elizabethtown, Tar Heel and White Lake.

For information or questions about the elections or voting, contact the Bladen County Board of Elections at (910) 862-6951 or email elections@bladenco.org.

Here is a list of elected officials whose seats are up for re-election, according to the Elections office:

Bladenboro
Commissioners: Gene Norton, Patsi Callihan, Sara Jane Benson

Clarkton
Mayor: Arthur Whedbee
Commissioner: Lawrence McDouglad

Dublin
Mayor: Darryl Dowless
Commissioners: David Hursey and David Kirby

East Arcadia
Mayor: Perry Blanks
Commissioners: Carlee Carter, Rhonda Hall and Horace Munn

Elizabethtown
Mayor: Sylvia Campbell
Commissioners: Ricky Leinwand, Howell Clark and Dicky Glenn

Tar Heel
Mayor: Roy Dew
Commissioners: Sam Allen, Michael Underwood and Angie Hall

White Lake
Mayor: Goldston Womble
Commissioners: Tom Riel, Tim Clifton and Tracey Trivette

Update as of 3:30 p.m. on Friday afternoon: All incumbents from the Town of Elizabethtown have paid their $5 fee and filed for re-election. They include Mayor Sylvia Campbell and Town Council members Ricky Leinwand, Howell Clark and Dicky Glenn.

Bladenboro Town Commissioner, Howard Gene Norton filed for re-election.

Mayor Arthur R. Whedbee of Clarkton filed for re-election.

The Town of White Lake has a new hat in the town election ring. Mr. Jay Young filed for a Commissioner of White Lake seat.

One-Stop Location and Hours for the

2019 General Election

1. The Bladen County Board of Elections at 301 S. Cypress St. Elizabethtown, NC.

Wednesday, August 21 – Saturday, August 24
Monday, August 26 – Saturday, August 31
Tuesday, September 3 – Friday, September 6

from 8:30 am – 5:00 pm

2. Tar Heel Municipal Bldg. at 14867 NC 87 Hwy. W. Tar Heel, NC.

Wednesday, August 21 – Saturday, August 24
Monday, August 26 – Saturday, August 31
Tuesday, September 3 – Friday, September 6

from 10:30 am – 7:00 pm

There will be no voting on Sundays or Labor Day.

We will provide more information as soon as it is made available.

Voter ID seminar

The Bladen County Board of Elections has scheduled a voter photo identification requirements and election education at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. on Thursday, July 18 at the Bladen Community College auditorium.

Beginning in 2020, voters will be required to provide photo identification before they vote. This includes both in-person and by-mail voting, with some exceptions.

In November 2018, North Carolina voters approved an amendment to the N.C. Constitution to require voters to present photo ID at the polls.

U.S. House District 9 election

The election to fill the U.S. House District 9 seat is scheduled for Sept. 10. There will three candidates on the ballot: Republican Dan Bishop, Democrat Dan McCready, Libertarian Jeff Scott and Green Party candidate Allen Smith.

To vote in the election, a person must be registered by Aug. 16.

Elections Board meeting

The Bladen County Board of Elections is scheduled to meet Tuesday, July 9 at 5 p.m. at its office at 301 South Cypress Street in Elizabethtown, according to chairwoman Louella P. Thompson.

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