GREENVILLE, Pitt County - Tuesday is Election Day and if you didn't take advantage of early voting, it'll be your last chance to vote in this year's local elections.
Early voting ended last Saturday but you still have time to voice your opinion on who becomes Greenville's next mayor.
According to the Director of Pitt County Board of Elections Dave Davis, early voting had a good turnout, but it was not as successful as he had hoped for.
"We had a little over 5,300 come out and vote," Davis said. "That's the most we ever had in a municipal -- that's a little less than 100 of what we've done in the past."
Davis said there shouldn't be a long wait at any polling location in Greenville and if there is a line, it should move pretty quickly.
Three of the early voting locations will not be open Tuesday. Those locations include the Agriculture Center, the Pitt County Office Building and the Community Schools location.
If you need to find out where your assigned polling location is, or want to preview a sample ballot, you can visit the North Carolina State Board of Elections & Ethics Enforcement website.
Polls open at 6:30 a.m. Tuesday and close and 7:30 p.m. Tuesday night.
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