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  • 1. 2012 ELECTION CHEAT SHEET Election Day: Tuesday, November 6To look up your REGISTRATION & SAMPLE BALLOT: look up your POLLING LOCATION: look up Early Voting Locations/Days/Times (in Orange County): IMPORTANT DATESThursday, October 18 One-Stop Early Voting Begins.Tuesday, October 30 Last day to request ballots by mail (request must be in writing).Saturday, November 3 One-Stop Early Voting Ends.Tuesday, November 6 General Election All Precincts are open 6:30 a.m. until 7:30 p.m.ON THE BALLOT  President  State Senate (NC General Assembly)  U.S. Congress  Board of County Commissioners At-Large  Governor  Board of County Commissioners District 1  Lieutenant Governor  Board of County Commissioners District 2  NC Auditor  NC Supreme Court Associate Justice  NC Commissioner of Agriculture  NC Court of Appeals Judge  NC Commissioner of Insurance  NC District Court Judge  NC Secretary of State  Soil and Water Conservation District  NC Superintendent of Public Instruction Supervisor  NC Treasurer  One-Half Percent Local Sales and Use Tax  State House (NC General Assembly) To look up your SAMPLE BALLOT (in Orange County): NONPARTISAN ELECTION INFORMATION 2012 Voter Guide: North Carolina Center for Voter Education: North Carolina Chamber’s NC Prosperity Project: NC FreeEnterprise Foundation: NC Election Connection (a project of Democracy North Carolina): League of Women Voters North Carolina: