Orange County has recently experienced a surge in new voter registrations as North Carolina’s primary approaches.

Here's how to vote if you live in a residence hall

 UNC residence halls are split between five different polling places in Chapel Hill. Find out where to go for voting in the 2019 elections if you are registered at a residence hall.


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How much money have the candidates in Chapel Hill-Carrboro races spent?

As the Nov. 5 elections approach, candidates have been campaigning hard, going to events on UNC's campus, in churches and other community spaces. Besides what a candidate believes and advocates, there is one other thing the public wonders: how much did their campaign cost and raise? The numbers vary widely across the Chapel Hill-Carrboro races, and they've changed a lot since last year. “Some state and local campaigns don't cost a lot,” Suzanne Globetti, a teaching associate professor of political science at UNC, said. “Others, especially those that rely on television for campaign advertising, end up spending quite a lot.”