Board of Elections 

 

Craven County Board of Elections
406 Craven Street, New Bern, NC 28560
Phone: 252-636-6610
Fax: 252-636-6687
Office E-mail: cravenboe@cravencountync.gov

Office Staff Board Members
Director of Elections: Meloni M. Wray, CERA
e-mail: mwray@cravencountync.gov
Gary H. Clemmons (Rep)-Chairman
Elections Specialist I: Leone Lewis
e-mail: llewis@cravencountync.gov
Julia Capshaw (Rep)-Secretary
 
​Zeda Trice (Dem)-Member
Elections Technician I: Steve Latimer-

 


Staff Support
2015 Board Meeting Dates 
Pete Azzole
e-mail: pazzole@cravencountync.gov
Bruce Hargreaves
e-mail: bhargreaves@cravencountync.gov
 

 

 

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Craven County Board of Elections
 Next Business Meeting 
Wednesday, August 5 2015 at 10:00 am
in the BOE One-Stop/Training Room 
 

The next election will be the 2015 Municipal Election on Tuesday, November 3, 2015 for the :

Town of Bridgeton, Town of Cove City, Town of Dover, City of Havelock, Town of River Bend, Town of Trent Woods, Town of Vanceboro, and the First Craven Sanitary District


The Craven County Board of Elections operates under a three-member board that is appointed every two years. By law every county in the State has a County Board of Elections and not more than two members of the County Board can belong to the same political party. The Craven County Board of Elections has 3 full time employees and is located in the County Administration Building at 406 Craven Street, New Bern, North Carolina.

The County Board of Elections is State governed and County funded. The Office is responsible for all voter registration and elections in Craven County. The right to vote is the cornerstone of American freedom. Your vote counts!

You may register to vote in Craven County if you are a citizen of the United States, 18 years of age or older by the general election and a legal resident of Craven County for 30 days by the date of the election. Voter cards are mailed to all new voters and those who change their name, address or party affiliation. Please keep your Voter card.

Registration forms are available in all public libraries in the County. Citizens may also register or make changes to their registration through the Department of Motor Vehicles while they are obtaining or renewing a driver's license. Mail-in registration forms are available at the Board of Elections Office.

Once registered, a person is able to vote in the precinct in which he or she is registered until such time as they move out of that precinct. Persons moving from one location to another within the County may use the form on the back of their voter card or contact the Elections Office to request a form. Registration books close 25 days prior to a given election.

If you have any questions or comments please contact us at (252) 636-6610 or


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