Please Support Judge Mike Morgan for NC Supreme Court
In this election we will choose two candidates to run for the NC Supreme Court. If we can elect a responsible judge to the Supreme Court, we can wrest control of the court from the conservatives who have defended the actions of the legislature.
Michael (Mike) Morgan is a respected Superior Court Judge in Wake County. He serves as an instructor at a National Judicial College. He will make an excellent Supreme Court Justice.
As a practicing attorney with a lifetime of dealing with judges, I endorse Mike Morgan and I urge you to vote for him.
This vote matters – a lot.
Signed Fountain Odom, Chair of the Dare County Democratic Party
Read more about the battle for the NC Supreme Court and why it matters in Indy Week
Tell your friends a neighbors they can get 10 votes in the June 7th primary. What does that mean? The turnout in this election will be extremely low – probably less than 10% statewide. That means that everyone who does vote carries 10 times to power of a vote in a normal election. It’s the same as if you had 10 votes to cast in a regular contest.
Feel the power, vote in the primary today.
Early Voting Starts today
Early Voting in the Congressional Primary starts today. Early voting is available only at the Board of Election office in Manteo on Thursday May 26 – Friday, June 3 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. Closed Monday, May 30, Memorial Da. the sites in Southern Shores, Kill Devil Hills and Buxton are not open for this election.
There are two races on the ballot. The race to challenge Congressman Walter Jones for the seat in Congress and a primary to select two candidates for the NC Supreme Court. The top two candidates will be on the ballot for a seat on the NC Supreme Court in Nov. – See the message from Fountain Odom below about this race.
You can find a sample ballot on the Dare Democrats website.
You can vote at the early voting site or by mailing in a request for absentee ballot. To vote by mail you must complete the ballot request form available at the Board of Elections. Mail or deliver the completed form to the Board of Elections and a ballot will be mailed to you.