Volume 22 | Issue 21


Election Day 2022 is rapidly approaching, and your vote is more critical than ever. With the balance of power in the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives up for grabs, with new state legislative districts in North Carolina, and with state Supreme Court and Court of Appeals seats on the ballot, your vote has never been more important.

Early in-person voting ends Saturday, November 5, at 3 p.m. If you’ve requested a mail-in absentee ballot, get it in the mail before Tuesday, November 8. Mail-in ballots must be postmarked by November 8. And don’t forget that Election Day polls are open Tuesday from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.

If your legislative district has changed due to redistricting and you want some information on the candidates, reach out to me and I’ll be happy to provide some information. You can reach me at roylee@ncpork.org.

I know hog farmers take the responsibility of voting very seriously. The 2022 elections NEED your input. Please get out and vote, and take your spouse, your parents, your neighbors or anyone else who is eligible to vote.

Roy Lee


Find your Sample Ballot  

Early voting info

The NC Farm Bureau has a released the 2022 Judicial Voter Guide, with information for both the NC Supreme Court races as well as the Court of Appeals Court.  

Commissioner Troxler makes endorsements for NC Supreme Court

“I am pleased to announce my endorsement of Trey Allen and Richard Dietz, two fine candidates for the North Carolina Supreme Court,” Commissioner Troxler said in a recent statement.

“Both Trey Allen and Richard Dietz have strong rural roots and upbringings. They both bring a strong belief in our North Carolina Constitution. They have proven track records that show they will protect our right to farm, our rural communities and most importantly our families.

"Join Sharon and me as we vote for Trey Allen and Richard Dietz for Associate Justices of the NC Supreme Court.”

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