Actually, it has been open for several days now, but I may have not noticed that fact until today. Oops.
Early voting will run through Saturday, November 2, at 706 W. Corporation St. A sample ballot and operational hours are listed in this PDF file.
As a reminder, here are this year’s endorsements. Of note: the Indy has finalized its endorsements to reflect the results of the primaries, which I’ve added to the list:
|Group||Mayor||Ward 1||Ward 2||Ward 3|
|Durham People’s Alliance||Bell||Cole-McFadden||Davis||Moffitt|
|Durham Committee on the Affairs of Black People||Bell||Cole-McFadden||Beasley||Karriker|
|Friends of Durham||Bell||Cole-McFadden||Beasley||Karriker|
The Indy didn’t even bother endorsing Cole-McFadden (seeing as how she’s unopposed and all), so the only addition is that of Moffitt in Ward 3, which is somewhat unsurprising considering that his challenger, Pam Karriker, doesn’t even support same sex marriage. In Durham. In 2013. Get with the times there, grandma.