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Get out and vote against climate change

It may be one year away from the Primary Election in 2024, however there are important areas you can impact on a local level. The NC municipal elections on Tuesday, November 7, 2023, will affect clean energy accessibility if you live in the following areas:  

  • Angier 
  • Apex 
  • Fuquay-Varina 
  • Garner 
  • Holly Springs 
  • Knightdale 
  • Morrisville 
  • Rolesville 
  • Wake Forest 
  • Wendell & Zebulon Municipal Elections  
  • Town of Cary Runoff Election  
  • City of Durham Municipal Election 

Interested in Learning More About Clean Energy Incentives? 

Stew Miller, Founder and President of Yes Solar Solution has been a positive activist in multiple legislative committees to see sustainable energy gain momentum over the last 15 years.  

Miller said, “Citizens should be proud of the State of North Carolina’s leaders supporting the installation of clean energies like solar for homes, churches, and businesses throughout the Triangle. We urge you to take the time to review each candidate’s platform, particularly as it applies to fighting climate change, and vote in the upcoming election. Thank you.” 

Curious about the Candidates Interested in Clean Energy Incentives? 

Learn more about the candidates for the 2023 elections. 

What is Different this Year? 

You need to show a North Carolina driver’s license or other “acceptable photo ID” to vote with a regular ballot. 

Where do I Vote? 

One-Stop Voting Sites for the Nov. 7 Election (PDF).  

NC State Board of Elections supplies the following information: 

Across the state, about 465 cities, towns, and villages in 86 counties are conducting elections this November. Eighty of these municipalities do not use early and absentee voting. In those cities and towns, all voters cast their ballot on Election Day, Tuesday, November 7, where you must vote at your assigned polling place. Note the differences for Early Voting locations.

★PRO-TIP If you go to the wrong polling place and do not have time to get to the right place, ask for a provisional ballot

Interested in Early Voting?  

For voters in about 385 NC municipalities, there will be 135 early voting sites statewide that will be open for the November elections. Early voting sites and schedules are available at the State Board of Elections’ Early Voting Site Search. In-person early voting for the November 2023 municipal elections begins Thursday, October. 19, and ends Saturday, November. 4. 

Need to Register to Vote or Update Your Registration? 

You can register to vote or update your registration here

There is no better time to get involved than now! If you have questions, we would love to visit with you to better understand what is at stake.  

You Can Access Your Own Renewable Energy Today!

We can help you decide if you are a viable candidate for solar and/or energy storage. Contact us at (919) 459-4155 for more information. 

Additional Resources

Why solar?

Solar rebates and tax incentives.

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