Beaver Dam Polling Place Change | Beaufort County Now | The Beaufort County Board of Elections was informed that the Beaver Dam Polling Place (The Grange Building) has been sold. We contacted the new owner and they informed us that they would not rent the building for voting purposes.

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    The Beaufort County Board of Elections was informed that the Beaver Dam Polling Place (The Grange Building) has been sold. We contacted the new owner and they informed us that they would not rent the building for voting purposes. The Board along with myself investigated possible locations to move the polling place within the precinct and have identified Beaufort County Community College's Public Safety Training Center would be the best location for the Beaver Dam Polling Place for the May 17th, 2022 Primary Election and elections in the future. More information about the Public Safety Training center can be found at https://beaufortncboe.org/article/polling-place-change-beaufort-county-community-college-public-safety-training-center

    The change is being shared by legal ad, website, social media, and each registered voter within the Beaver Dam Precinct is being sent a new voter registration card that indicates a polling place change with the change highlighted. Feel free to share the information as you see fit.

    IMPORTANT SIGN INFORMATION - Beaufort County Community College does not allow political signs on campus. They are allowing signs to be placed at the Public Safety Training center starting the day before the election. The signs should be placed at least 50 feet from the entrance door. The Board of Elections will see that the signs are removed after the close of polls on election night. Those signs will be available for pick up by candidate the day after the election.

    Please let me know if you have any questions. Have a great weekend.


   Contact: Kellie Harris Hopkins, Director
   Beaufort County Board of Elections
   1308 Highland Drive, Suite 104 / PO Box 1016
   Washington, NC 27889
   Phone: 252-946-2321
   Fax: 252-974-2962
   Email: kellie.hopkins@beaufortcountync.gov
   Website: WWW.beaufortncboe.org
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