2015 Greensboro Voter Guide
Your city. Your vote.

This is your city, your home. Now Greensboro's future is up to you.

We've asked candidates for Greensboro Mayor and City Council where they stand on key local issues like jobs, affordable housing, police accountability and public transportation – issues that impact your daily life. Now it's your chance to make your voice heard in Greensboro. Click below to get facts on the candidates, and get ready to vote on November 3!

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About the Greensboro Mayor & City Council

The Greensboro City Council often has a more direct impact on your daily life than Congress or the President, making decisions on such important issues as affordable housing, public transportation, crime and safety, parks and community centers, future growth of the city and more.

The City of Greensboro is governed by a Council-Manager form of government. The Council is the legislative body of City government and includes a mayor and eight council members who serve two-year terms. The mayor and three council members are elected citywide and the remaining five council members are elected from districts. Greensboro's elections, which are nonpartisan, are held in odd years.

Make sure you have a voice in the city's future – #voteGreensboro November 3!

See where Greensboro candidates stand on the issues


Election Day is Tuesday Nov. 3
(polls open 6:30 a.m. – 7:30 p.m.)

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