If you need a ride to the polls, public transportation in Orange County can take you to several of the early voting sites.
Chapel Hill Transit provides service to four of the early voting sites in Orange County. Visit chtransit.org to see complete routes and service times.
- Route CW to Carrboro Town Hall — 301 W. Main Street, Carrboro
- Route D to Chapel of the Cross — 304 E. Franklin Street, Chapel Hill
- Route HS to Seymour Senior Center — 2551 Homestead Road, Chapel Hill
- Route A to University Mall — 201 S. Estes Drive, Chapel Hill
We’re here to help you vote. @chtransit provides service to four of six @OCNCGOV early voting sites.
Route CW to Carrboro Town Hall
Route D to Chapel of the Cross
Route HS to Seymour Senior Center, and
Route A to University Mallhttps://t.co/qMbkFanyGd
— Chapel Hill Transit (@chtransit) October 20, 2020
Additionally, Orange County’s Hillsborough Circulator provides service to the early voting site at Orange Works at Hillsborough Commons (113 Mayo Street).
The Orange County Board of Elections is reporting that over 26,000 residents have submitted ballots at early voting sites as of Thursday morning. Orange Works in Hillsborough is the most popular location, with over 5,800 early ballots submitted.
Across North Carolina, 1.5 million residents have submitted ballots at early voting locations and over 670,000 absentee ballots have been cast as of Thursday morning.
Still need to vote? Here’s where you can vote early in Orange and Chatham counties. The early voting period in North Carolina lasts until October 31.
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