17,985 votes cast in Chatham County general election early voting as of October 30

Pittsboro, NC – Early voting has been going on in Chatham County since Wednesday, October 17. Early voting will end on Saturday, November 3 at 2 pm. 17,985 Chatham County voters have cast their vote as of Tuesday, October 30. The general election day is Tuesday, November 6. On election day, Chatham County polling places will be open from 6:30 am to 7:30 pm.

8,268 Democrats, 3,548 Republicans, 43 Libertarians and 6,125 Unaffiliated voters have cast votes (as of 10/17/18).

9,421 women and 7,774 men cast votes.

The largest group of voters ranged in age from 63 to 75 years old.

Approximately 12,275 early votes come from the Pittsboro and northeast Chatham election precincts.

The majority of early election votes have been cast at the North Chatham early voting location.

14,658 white voters and 1,896 black voters have cast their early election ballots.

Graphs courtesy of ncvotetracker.com, a project of the Civitas Institute.

Early voting locations in Chatham County include: