IT IS EVERY CITIZEN’S RIGHT TO VOTE FOR THE CANDIDATES OF THEIR CHOICE.

 

The Jewish Community Relations Committee at Greensboro Jewish Federation seeks to ensure every American has the information and easy access to voter and election education.  We embrace the opportunity to engage with our political system as a tool for pursuing justice, giving people choice, and repairing the world. In that spirit, we encourage you to get out and vote.

 

Throughout history, many people have fought and sacrificed for the right to vote to ensure taxes are spent wisely, there is job security and workplace safety, sound education systems, healthcare, social security, highway improvements, and neighborhood safety. You can take action and vote to improve the lives of everyone around us.

 

 

 

 

 

 

HOW TO VOTE

 

There are 3 ways to vote—Absentee, Early Voting and on Election Day. Given the ongoing prevalence of COVID-19, voters can request an Absentee Ballot. Note: “Absentee Voting” and “Vote by Mail” are used interchangeably.

ABSENTEE (BY MAIL) VOTING

 

Requesting Absentee by Mail Ballot: All registered voters in North Carolina may request an absentee ballot. Registered voters may request a ballot online through the North Carolina State Board of Elections Absentee Ballot Request Portal or fill out a North Carolina Absentee Ballot Request Form and return it in person at 301 West Market Street Greensboro, NC 27401. 

 

Track your absentee ballot: Voters may track the status of their ballot request through BallotTrax, the Voter Search Tool, or by contacting the Guilford County Board of Elections . For more information on tracking ballot status, click here.

 

Click Here for more information concerning the Absentee Voting process.

EARLY VOTING

 

Early Voting for the November 8, 2022 General Election will be held from October 20 to November 5, 2022.

 

  • Where to vote: Click here for a detailed schedule including sites, addresses, and daily schedules.
     

  • Voting Wait Times: Wait times are updated periodically on this site
     

  • Are you registered to vote? Check your registration status with our Voter Search Tool.

 

 

SAME-DAY REGISTRATION INFORMATION

Individuals who are not registered to vote in Guilford County may register at early voting sites during the early voting period. After registering, the newly registered voter can immediately vote at that same site. This process is called “same-day registration.”

 

Click this link for Same Day Registration information

VOTING ON ELECTION DAY

 

Vote in your assigned precinct location any time from 6:30 a.m. - 7:30 p.m. on November 8, 2023

 

Access the Voter Lookup Tool to access your current registration information and identify your assigned voting precinct.

Important Note: Precinct assignments are based on your residential address. If you need to update your current voter registration address, see the General Voting Information page for details on how to register to vote (which includes making updates to existing information).

 

 

FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE CANDIDATES
AND THEIR PROPOSALS

 

There are many resources on the internet to find out more about candidates and proposals.  When searching, make sure you have a reliable source that is not biased. Here are a couple to start with:

 

BALLOT READY

By aggregating democracy’s data from every level of government and making it actionable via accessible products, BallotReady works to enable all constituents to participate in civic life.

 

BALLOTPEDIA

Ballotpedia is a resource for unbiased information on elections, politics and policy. Ballotpedia provides curated content on all levels of U.S. politics and is firmly committed to neutrality.

 

GUILFORD COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS for November 8, 2022:

US Senate

Cheri Lynn Beasley - D  

Ted Budd - R  

Shannon W. Bray - L  

 

US House of Representatives District 6

(Robert) Christian Castelli - R 

Kathy Manning - D

Thomas Watercott - Lib

 

US Congress - District 11

Jasmine Beach-Ferrara - D 

Chuck Edwards - R 

David Adam Coatney - L  

 

US Senator - District 28

Gladys A Robinson - D  

Paul Schumacher - R   

 

NC State Senate District 26

Philip Berger 

 

NC State Senate District 27

Michael Garrett - D

Richard (Josh) Sessoms - R 

 

NC House of Representatives - District 057

Ashton Clemmons - D   

Michelle C. Bardsley - R   

 

NC House of Representatives - District 058

Amos Quick - D

Chrissy Smith  - R

 

NC House of Representatives - District 059

Sherrie Young - D

Jon Hardister - R 

 

NC House of Representatives - District 060

Cecil Brockman - D

Robert Blasingame - R

 

NC House of Representatives - District 061

Mary Price (Pricey) Harrison - D

 

NC House of Representatives - District 062

Brandon Gray - D

John Faircloth - R

NC Superior Court Judge - District 18C Seat 01

Stuart Albright  - D

 

NC Superior Court Judge - District 18 Seat 01 

Marc Ross Tyrey - D

 

NC Superior Court Judge - District 18 Seat 02

Larry Archie - D

 

District Attorney - District 24

Avery Michelle Crump - D

 

Court of Appeals Judge Seat 8

Carolyn Jennings Thompson - D   

Julee Tate Flood - R   

 

Court of Appeals Judge Seat 9

Brad Salmon - D  

Donna Stroud - R 

 

Supreme Court Associate Justice Seat 3

Lucy N. Inman - D   

Richard Donald Dietz - R  

 

Supreme Court Associate Justice Seat 5

Sam J. Ervin - D   

Trey Allen - R  

 

Sheriff Guilford County

Danny Rogers - D 

Phil Byrd - R  

 

Guilford County Board of Education - District 2

Amanda Cook - D

Crissy Pratt - R   

 

Guilford County Board of Education - District 4

Leroy Deon Clark - D

Katharina "Linda" Welborn - R

 

Guilford County Board of Education - District 6 

Khem Irby - D

Tim Andrew - R 

 

Guilford County Board of Education - District 8

Deena Hayes- Greene - D

 

Guilford County Board of Education - At-Large 

Alan Sherouse - D

Demetria Carter - R

 

Clerk of Superior Court Guilford County 

Lisa Y. Johnson-Tonkins - D    

Court of Appeals Judge Seat 10 

Gale Murray Adams - D  

John M. Tyson - R  

 

Court of Appeals Judge Seat 11

Darren Jackson - D   

Michael J. Stading - R    

 

County Commissioner - At Large 

Kay Cashion - D  

Jerry Alan Branson - R  

 

County Commissioner - District 2

Paul Meinhart - D  

Alan W. Perdue - R   

 

County Commissioner - District 3

Derek Mobley - D  

Pat Tillman - R  

 

County Commissioner - District 7

Frankie T Jones - D   

Kenny Abbe - R  

 

Guilford County Board of Commissioners - District 02

J. Carlvena Foster - D

 

Guilford Soil and Water Conservation District Supervisor 

David Crawford 

Josh Myers 

Anna Gerringer Amoriello 

Joshua Fox Brown 

 

CIty of Archdale Mayor

Lewis Dorsett

 

City of Archdale City Council At-Large 

Lorie Mabe-McCroskey 

Kelly Grooms (No Website Available)

 

City of Archdale City Council Ward 01 

Larry Warlick 

 

City of Archdale City Council Ward 04

John A. Glass 

 

JCRC MISSION STATEMENT

The Jewish Community Relations Committee’s core mission is to address historic and persistent injustices including all forms of systemic discrimination and oppression such as antisemitism, racism, and poverty primarily in Greensboro, but also in the United States, Israel and beyond. Our Jewish values lead us to approach this work with a commitment to building cross-cultural relationships and promoting social justice. We do this work by:

  • Convening Members of the Jewish and Greater Greensboro Community

  • Listening and Learning

  • Confronting our History

  • Reflecting

  • Engaging in Informed Dialogue

  • Engaging Civically

  • Advocating and Taking Action

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