Vote for Ian Baltutis for Burlington Mayor
Here’s how to vote this year and help us continue making Burlington a stronger and better community.

Choose your method:
Easiest: Vote-by-Mail – Download, Print, Complete and Mail your absentee ballot request form here:
After completing and submitting this form a ballot will be mailed to you beginning on October 6th. Once you receive your ballot you can complete it, have 2 friends (or a Notary) witness it (sign it), then mail it to or drop it off at the Board of Elections Office. The last day to return your ballot request is Oct 31st at 5pm. Ballots must be returned by Nov 7th at 5pm.

Easy: Early Voting – General Election Voting
@ Alamance Board of Elections
115 S Maple St
Graham, NC 27253
October 19-20, 23-27, Oct 30-Nov 1 – (Mon-Fri) 8am-5pm
November 2nd & 3rd (Thur & Fri) 8am-6pm
November 4th (Saturday) 9am-1pm

Last Chance: Election Day Voting Date & Times
November 7th (Tuesday)
Polls are open 6:30am-7:30pm
Find your local polling location for Nov 7th voting here.


Election Day is

November 7th (Tuesday)
Polls are open 6:30am-7:30pm


Catch the Link Transit bus to your polling place. All rides are FREE on November 7th.  Click here for the full details of which route to use


Not sure if you’re registered to vote? Check your voter registration status here.

View your sample ballot here

You can register to vote during one-stop early voting. Use the link above to look-up where to vote on November 7th. Here is our blog post about how to register to vote this year.

The Only Early Voting Location is:
Board of Elections
115 S Maple St
Graham, NC 27253

Mayoral Sample Ballot (Pick 1)

Ian Baltutis
Celo Faucette

City Council Sample Ballot (Pick 2)

– Jim Butler (Candidate does not have an official campaign website or political social media page)
Patrick Mills
Harold Owen
John Thorpe


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