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SAMPLE BALLOTS  ~

Samples ballots for the upcoming November General Election are now available.  Click below to view your ballot.

G001 - House District 52 ~ All precincts except Carthage, DHR & part of Robbins & Westmoore

G002 - House District 78 ~ Carthage, DHR & part of Robbins & Westmoore precincts

VOTING BY MAIL ~

We will begin mailing ballots to registered voters beginning Friday, September 09, 2016.

Voters wishing to vote by mail may request a ballot by completing the Absentee Ballot Request Form. You do not need an excuse to vote absentee by mail.  Click here and complete your request.  This completed form can be mailed, emailed, faxed  or delivered in person to the Board of Elections.

 

Please contact our office for additional information or should you have questions.  Phone - 910/947-3868 or email:  elections@moorecountync.gov.

If you have or would like to file a claim with the VA; if you have questions about VA appeals or benefits you may be entitled to; if you have questions about VA healthcare; YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO MISS THIS EVENT!!!! Please click here for additional information.

SERVICES PROVIDED
You will be assisted by a combined team including Veteran Service Officers, VA Benefits, and VA Healthcare representatives to help facilitate and expedite new and existing claims, appeals and healthcare issues. We will also help with filing Veterans Pension, Widows Pension, Death Indemnity Compensation (DIC Benefits). If you do not have a copy of your military discharge papers (DD-214), we will assist you in obtaining that information.

IF YOU ARE APPLYING FOR VA DISABILITY, YOU MUST BRING

  • DD214 - ALL Medical Records about your disability both Military and Civilian

PENSION-WIDOWS PENSION BRING

  • DD-214 - Marriage Certificate - Death Certificate - Proof of all income
  • Net worth - listing of all out-of-pocket non-reimbursed
  • Medical expenses paid by you, or your spouse
    • Examples:
      • Copays for doctors – dentist - medications
      • Medicare - Health Insurance Premiums - Hospital
      • In home or Nursing Home Care
      • Over the counter medical supplies or vitamins
      • Dental services - Eyeglasses or Optometrist Exams
      • Hearing aids and battery expense
  • Canceled check for direct deposit (or) name of bank
  • Routing number - checking account number

BURIAL BENEFITS BRING

  • DD-214 - Death Certificate - Paid in full funeral home bill

UPDATE: Clear the Shelters finds forever homes for over 900 local animals.

Click here to read more.

 

WRAL-TV, in partnership with the Humane Society of the U.S., has teamed up with eight local animal shelters to host Clear the Shelters, the second annual nationwide pet adoption drive. Each shelter will waive adoption fees on Saturday, July 23, as part of the nationwide NBCUniversal Clear the Shelters initiative.

WHAT: Eight local animal shelters will participate in Clear the Shelters with WRAL-TV in partnership with the Humane Society of the U.S. Each shelter will waive adoption fees for one day.

WHEN: Saturday, July 23, 2016 (10 a.m.-6 p.m.)

WHERE: The following shelters: SPCA of Wake County, Wake County Animal Center, SAFE Haven for Cats, Orange County Animal Services, Moore County Animal Center, Durham Animal Protection Society, Edgecombe County Animal Shelter, Person County Animal Services. See the interactive map on the Pets section front for more details.

ADOPTION TRACKER: A real-time pet “Adoption Tracker” will record the total number of pets that are adopted across all participating markets.

SOCIAL: Use the hashtag #ClearTheShelters and #WRAL to follow the effort on Twitter and Facebook. On Instagram, use #SHELfie to share a photo of you and your own shelter pet.

Click here to read more.

 

Please click here to view a copy of the 2016-2017 Proposed Budget and Presentaion that County Manager, Wayne Vest presented to the Board of Commissioners on Tuesday, May 3, 2016.

Carthage, N.C.  Moore County Government Leadership Academy is a program that places High School and College students in internships throughout county government.  The Leadership Academy is an initiative sponsored by Moore County Administration and Moore County 4-H.

Since its inception in 2010, the program has continued to improve and become very popular in the Moore County community, and as such this year only 10 select applicants will participate in the improved and intense program.  The program gives students ages 14-21 a unique learning experience by allowing them to participate in on-the-job training with Moore County Government agencies.  Participants will be assigned to county departments based on their career interests.  The Leadership Academy will allow participants to gain insight into the workplace by participating in simulations and hands-on activities that provide an up-close and personal perspective of a government employee, school board member, sheriff, commissioner, representative, etc.  Through participation, youth will gain leadership skills while also understanding the affects and impacts our government and citizens have within our community.  Civic tours will include county, city, and possibly state government agencies.

May 31, 2016

Application Deadline

June 6, 2016

Applicants Selected

June 16, 2016

Applicants Notified

June 28-29, 2016

Applicant Interviews

July 29, 2016

Orientation- Meet Participants and Assigned Department Directors

August 1-4, 2016

Internship

August 5, 2016

Service Learning Project

August 10-11, 2016

Leadership Evolution

August 16, 2016

Meet the County Commissioners/Graduation

Click here for the Moore County Government Leadership Academy application.For program information please contact Sarah Miller, Moore County 4-H Youth Development Educator at (910) 947-3188, or Mary Phillips, Moore County Administration at (910) 947-6363

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