Country Club precinct's Chief Judge Carol Hazard, Democratic representative Barbara Wendell and Republican representative Robert David work the check-in table at the Paul Green Theatre on Tuesday, Nov. 5, 2019.

Here's a brief on the Republican primary races you may not know about this election season

The North Carolina primary election is coming up, so The Daily Tar Heel is breaking down every office on the ballot from president to county commissioner. Here we broke down who the Republican candidates are for the offices of the attorney general, state auditor, secretary of labor, secretary of state and insurance commissioner. 


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Voters between the ages of 18 and 24 historically have the lowest voter turnout, and we think that needs to change this year.The DTH City & State desk wants students to vote in 2020, plain and simple. And we want to be your information source, whether that's for how to vote or who you should vote for. 


The DTH Elections Center is your one-stop shop for all of that and more. Issues from local government all the way up to the state and national elections are just a click away, and you can also find information about when polls are open and how to update your registration all the way through November. To make sure we're serving your needs as best as possible throughout this cycle, please take 5 minutes to answer our survey. 

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