Polls open for municipal elections at 6:30 a.m. Tuesday

Posted at 7:53 AM on Nov 6, 2017



The polls will be open from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 7, for municipal elections in Iredell County.

All ballots must be cast at voter precincts.

Only registered voters who live in Davidson, Harmony, Love Valley, Mooresville, the Mooresville Graded School District, Statesville and Troutman are eligible to vote.

If you have questions about whether you are eligible to vote or where your precinct is, contact the Board of Elections at 704-878-3140.

Exactly 1,500 voters cast ballots during the early voting period for the municipal elections with the vast majority of votes being cast in the Statesville mayoral race.

Statesville Mayor Costi Kutteh and Mayor Pro Tem Michael Johnson are squaring off in a run-off election in the Statesville mayoral race. In the October 10 primary, Kutteh garnered 1,120 votes (38 percent) to defeat four challengers. Johnson, who finished second with 1,006 votes (34.14 percent), called for a run-off.

In Troutman, four candidates are vying for three seats on the Town Council. Incumbents Paul Bryant, Paul Henkel and Sally Williams are running for another term. Curt Rogers, who previously served on the council, is also running.

In Harmony, Mayor Joyce Rogers faces a challenge from Lee Matney.

In Mooresville, Mayor Miles Atkins is opposed by challenger James F. "Toodles" Ritchie. Three seats on the Town Commission are also up for grabs.

Learn More

For a complete list of candidates, visit: https://www.co.iredell.nc.us/DocumentCenter/Home/V...

Early Voting - Ballots Cast

Statesville: 1,409
Mooresville: 47
Troutman: 37
Harmony: 7
TOTAL: 1,500

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