* Early Voting Has Begun – Vote Today!

The Nov. 6 national and state election could be one of the most important for the environment, climate change and other planet-worthy policies.

 The Sierra Club urges you to consider the environment when you vote by considering candidates we endorse.

North Carolina’s renowned early voting program lets you vote when it’s convenient for you (even on Saturday and Sunday in most counties), rather than finding time on Election Day. To find your early voting locations and times, just put type in your address to this handy online map and you’ll get directions (and times) to the nearest early vote location: https://batchgeo.com/map/NCEarlyVoteSites

Here’s your three step guide to voting in this year’s important election:

1. Vote early: While Election Day is November 6th, we recommend you vote early (from October 18th – November 3rd). Voting early means you can vote when it’s convenient for you, including on the weekend! There’s also the added benefit that if there’s a problem with your registration (i.e. you moved since last voting) you can re-register on the spot with proper ID. See below for Mecklenburg early voting locations.

2. Know the candidates: Find out who’s going to be on the ballot in your area and get non-partisan voter guides and candidate bios before you cast your vote: www.NCVoterGuide.com

3. Know your rights and the rules of voting in NC: Visit NC Election Connection’s Protect My Vote page: http://ncelectionconnection.com/protect-my-vote/

We encourage you to forward this email to your friends and family in North Carolina to make sure that they are prepared for the election as well.

Thanks so much!

Early Vote Locations:

Hal Marshall Annex: 618 N. College St.
Weekdays Oct. 18th-November 2nd 8:00am-7:00pm
Saturdays Oct. 20th and 27th 10:00am-5:00pm
Sundays Oct. 21st and 28th 1:00pm-4:00pm
Saturday Nov. 3rd 10:00am-5:00pm (Last Day)

All Other Locations:
Beatties Ford Rd. Library: 2412 Beatties Ford Rd. Charlotte
Bette Rae Thomas Rec Center: 2921 Tuckaseegee Rd, Charlotte
Cornelius Town Hall: 21445 Catawba Ave. Cornelius
Gibson Building: 11430 N. Community House Rd. Charlotte
Hickory Grove Library: 5935 Hickory Grove Rd. Charlotte
Independence Regional Library: 6000 Conference Dr, Charlotte
Main Branch Library (Uptown): 310 N. Tryon St, Charlotte
Marion Diehl Rec. Center: 2219 Tyvola Rd, Charlotte
Mint Hill Library: 6840 Matthews-Mint Hill Rd, Charlotte
Morrison Regional Library: 7015 Morrison Blvd, Charlotte
Mountain Island Library: 4420 Hoyt Galvin Way, Charlotte
North County Regional Library: 16500 Holly Crest Ln, Huntersville
Old Bradford Clinic: 196 South Trade St, Matthews
Rameses Temple: 4919 Beatties Ford Rd, Charlotte
South County Regional Library: 5801 Rea Rd, Charlotte
Steele Creek Library: 13620 Steele Creek Rd, Charlotte
Sugar Creek Library: 4045 N. Tryon St, Charlotte
UNC-Charlotte (Cone Center): 9201 University City Blvd, Charlotte
University City Regional Library: 301 E. W.T. Harris Blvd, Charlotte
Veterans Park: 2136 Central Ave, Charlotte
West Boulevard Library: 2157 West Blvd, Charlotte

Weekdays Oct. 18th through Nov. 2nd 11:00am-7:00pm
Saturdays Oct. 20th and 27th 10:00am-5:00pm
Sundays Oct. 21st and 28th 1:00pm-4:00pm
Saturday November 3rd 10:00am-5:00pm (Final Day)

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