Elections & Voting
Municipal Election Day
Tuesday, November 7, 2023
Changes to Voting Locations in 2023
Several changes were made to Election Day polling places in 2023. Letters were mailed to voters from the Wake County Board of Elections regarding these changes. In case you missed it, be sure to visit the NC Voter Search page to find your polling location.
List of affected polling locations:
General Election Information
Elections for municipal, state, and national elected leaders are conducted by the Wake County Board of Elections. Visit the Board of Elections website or call (919) 404-4040 to get assistance with the following topics:
- Voter registration
- Where to vote
- Running for elected office
- Voter ID Requirements (new for 2023)
- Voting Precincts
Town Council Elections
Apex Town Council elections are held in odd years. The Town Council consists of the Mayor and five Council Members. Each Council Member is elected to a four-year term. The Mayor and Council Member terms are staggered so that voters fill three Council Members seats or two Council Members and the Mayor seats every two years. You must be a registered voter in Apex to be eligible to vote for the Town Council.
To view a sample ballot, use the NC Board of Elections voter search tool!
- Rules and regulations regarding the placement of campaign signs can be found on Wake County’s website.
- Campaign signs are not allowed on town property, or in the right of way along town property. This includes parks, water tower locations, public safety stations, etc. Check the this map to view locations of town property.
- Placement of signs is allowed along certain sections of roadway. While the Town cannot regulate content of signs, we do monitor placement, and may remove signs on public property and in Town rights-of-way where prohibited. When signs are removed, they are placed in the dumpster enclosure beside Town Hall.
- Many roadways in Apex are owned by the State, in which case the NCDOT regulates placement. Contact their office to report sign violations along these roadways.
Election results are posted to the North Carolina State Board of Elections website.