GOTV in Cary

Join our last push to get out the vote for Cary’s municipal election on October 10th!

Why it matters:

We have an opportunity to flip the Cary Town Council to a progressive majority on October 10th! We’ve been working to make progress in Cary for years, and this is one of our best chances to capitalize on that work.

Cary has an October election date because their town council elections require a voting majority (50% +1) to win outright; otherwise, the top two candidates in each race will advance to runoff elections on November 7th.

Wake Dems is targeting 5 flippable districts this fall: Cary, Fuquay-Varina, Holly Springs, Wake Forest, and Wendell. It is absolutely crucial that we avoid an at-large runoff in Cary (and ideally avoid a District D runoff) to free up resources to focus on other municipal elections in November. Winning in Wake for 2023 starts with winning in Cary!

Canvass in Cary!

Canvassing is far and away the most effective method for getting out the vote! Join us for one of our WCDP Canvass Launches in the final days before Cary’s October 10th election:

Canvass with Wake Dems on Saturday, October 7th

Canvass with Wake Dems on Sunday, October 8th

Canvass with Wake Dems on Monday, October 9th

Unable to join us for a canvass? Join a Virtual Phone Bank for Cary instead!

Poll Greet in Cary on Election Day, Tuesday, October 10th!

Because the town council election is technically nonpartisan, voters won’t know which candidates on the ballot are Democrats — that’s why Wake Dems made endorsements. But we need your help to get our endorsement information to voters at the polls!
Complete the form below if you’re able to help poll greet in Cary, and we’ll assign you to a polling place where you can make the biggest impact.


Meet Our 2023 Endorsed Cary Municipal Candidates:

WCDP 2023 Endorsed Cary Municipal Candidates