Early voting sites in the Triangle

October 17, 2012 

John Tuffey and his wife Linda Tuffey learned from the last presidential election that the line would be long for early voting, so this time they brought chairs and reading materials as they wait for the polling place to open at the Herbert Young Community Center in Cary on Thursday, October 18, 2012.

SHAWN ROCCO — srocco@newsobserver.com

  • More information Dates and hours vary for early voting sites. Check the local county elections office websites for more information.

Early voting begins today in North Carolina and the Triangle. Find an early voting site in your county below. Dates and hours vary for early voting sites. Check the local county elections office websites for more information.

Wake County

Board of Elections, 919-856-6240 or wakegov.com/elections

Board of Elections Office, 337 S. Salisbury St., Raleigh - - Opens Oct. 18

Apex Community Center, 53 Hunter St., Apex - Opens Oct. 24

Falcon Park Hut, 105 Falcon Drive, Fuquay-Varina - Opens Oct. 24

Avery Street Recreation Center Annex, 201 Avery St., Garner - Opens Oct. 24

WE Hunt Recreation Center, 301 Stinson Ave., Holly Springs - Opens Oct. 24

Knightdale Recreation Center, 102 Lawson Ridge Road, Knightdale - Opens Oct. 24

Lake Lynn Community Center, 7921 Ray Road, Raleigh - Opens Oct. 24

Wake Technical Community College, Main Campus, 9101 Fayetteville Road, Raleigh - Opens Oct. 24

Northern Regional Center, 350 E. Holding Ave., Wake Forest - Opens Oct. 24

Cary Senior Center, 120 Maury O’Dell Place, Cary - Opens Oct. 18

Herbert C. Young Community Center, 101 Wilkinson Ave., Cary - Opens Oct. 18

Chavis Community Center, 505 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Raleigh - Opens Oct. 18

Elevation Baptist Church, 4729 New Bern Ave., Raleigh - Opens Oct. 18

N.C. State University Talley Student Center, 2610 Cates Ave., Raleigh - Opens Oct. 18

Optimist Community Center, 5900 Whittier Drive, Raleigh - Opens Oct. 18

Wake Technical Community College, North Campus, 6600 Louisburg Road, Raleigh - Opens Oct. 18

Durham County

Board of Elections, 919-560-0700 or durhamcountync.gov/departments/elec

Museum of Durham History, 501 W. Main St.

North Regional Library, 221 Milton Road

South Regional Library, 4505 S. Alston Ave.

East Regional Library, 211 Lick Creek Lane

Githens Middle School, 4800 Old Chapel Hill Road

Duke University, Trinity Room, Chapel Drive, West Campus

N.C. Central University, Student Union Building, Nelson Street

Orange County

Board of Elections, 919-245-2350 or co.orange.nc.us/elect/onestop.asp

Board of Elections Office, 208 S. Cameron St., Hillsborough

Carrboro Town Hall, 301 W. Main St.

Ram’s Head Dining Hall, second floor, UNC-Chapel Hill campus, above the Ram’s Head Parking Deck, 320 Ridge Road

Seymour Senior Center, 2551 Homestead Road, Chapel Hill

Mt. Zion AME Church, Fellowship Building, 5124 N.C. 86 N., Hillsborough

Johnston County

Board of Elections, 919-989-5095 or johnstonnc.com/joconcelections/

First Baptist Church, Ministry Center, 125 S. Fourth St., Smithfield

The Church at Clayton Crossing, 11407 U.S. 70 Business West

Johnston Community College, Cleveland Campus, 9046 Cleveland Road, Clayton

Riverwood Athletic Club, 415 Athletic Club Blvd., Clayton

Chatham County

Board of Elections, 919-545-8500 or chathamnc.org/boe

Board of Elections Office, 984-E1 Thompson St., Pittsboro

Earl B. Fitts Community Center, 111 S. Third Ave., Siler City

Chatham Downs, 143 Chatham Downs Drive, Suite 302, Chapel Hill

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