Total of 4,880 votes cast in early primary voting in Chatham County

Pittsboro, NC – 4,880 votes were case in early primary voting in Chatham County. Early voting in the primary elections ran from April 19 until May 5 in Chatham County. Primary election day will take place on Tuesday, May 8. Chatham County polling places will be open from 6:30 am to 7:30 pm.

3,204 Democrats and 1,676 Unaffiliated voters cast their votes during the early voting period.

2018 early primary voting totals2,734 women and 2,056 men cast votes. The largest group of voters ranged in age from 67 to 72 years old.

Approximately 3,000 early voters come from the Pittsboro and northeast Chatham election precincts

Top Chatham County early voting precinctsThe majority of early election votes have been cast at the Board of Elections location in Pittsboro.

4,038 white voters and 628 black voters have cast their early election ballots

Chatham county early voting race and ballot type

Graphs courtesy of, a project of the Civitas Institute.

For several offices up for election, Chatham County either have just one Republican candidate or no Republican candidate at all. This means that Chatham County will not have a Republican Primary for the contests listed below for the Primary Election on May 8, 2018 Therefore, registered Republicans will NOT cast a ballot for these contests until the General Election on November 6, 2018.

Sample Ballot May 8, 2018 Democratic Primary

Sample Chatham County Ballot May 8, 2018 Democratic Primary