One-Stop Proves To Be Popular
Once again, one-stop voting was very popular with Transylvania County voters in the period leading up to the May 6 primary election, according to Judy Mathews, county supervisor of elections.
Mathews said this year there were 3,206 one-stop voters, which represented 35 percent of the total 8,983 ballots cast.
One-stop voting allows voters to vote early and avoid the election day rush at the polls. It takes place over several weeks prior to election day and this year was conducted at the county's first floor meeting room at the Community Service Building.
It began in mid-April. The idea is...