Candidate filing for this year’s elections resumes

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Candidate filing for the 2022 statewide primary and rescheduled municipal elections resumed at 8 a.m. Feb. 24, and will end at noon on March...

Hyde, Ocracoke exceed North Carolina in voter turnout

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By Peter Vankevich As the dust has cleared and with only one state-wide recount underway, North Carolina had a record voting turnout with 5.54 million...

Hyde County General Election precincts results

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By Peter Vankevich The country has just learned at noon today that Democrat Joe Biden has captured the presidency of the United States. Yesterday, the...

Hyde County votes Red

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By Peter Vankevich While the country awaits the results of the presidential election, here’s a look at some of the local and still unofficial voting...

High voter turnout already seen before General Election tomorrow

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By Peter Vankevich To catch up on Ocracoke news and much more, click here Living up to expectations as the election of the century, national voter...

A call for leadership: Why I’m voting for Tess Judge

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Editor's note: Tess Judge (D-Kitty Hawk) is challenging incumbent Bob Steinburg (R-Edenton) in the general election Nov. 3 for the N.C. state Senate District...

The campaign end approaches: Ocracoke concludes early/one stop voting

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To catch up on Ocracoke news and much more, click here By Peter Vankevich Clarification (Oct. 29, 2020): The number reported for early voting for Ocracoke...

Two days of early voting on Ocracoke to begin Thursday

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Correction: "Same day" registration and early voting in North Carolina continues only until Oct. 31. Voters cannot register and vote on General Election Day...

Water plant candidates on the November ballot

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Editor’s note: Oct. 21 is the sixth annual Imagine A Day Without Water as water leaders across the country call for greater investment in...

Candidates for NC Senate offer their views

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The Ocracoke Observer asked the candidates for the General Assembly districts that include Ocracoke for their views on several issues. The Observer asked the candidates...