2023 Candidate Questionnaire + Voter Guide

To help our followers better navigate the local election scene and understand where each candidate stands with regard to a range of important issues that affect local sustainability, in partnership with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Climate Leaders coalition, we surveyed candidates running for the offices of Charlotte City Council and Charlotte Mayor.

As a 501(c)3 organization, we cannot endorse candidates, but we can inform you of where the candidates stand on issues that we think are important.

As you fill out your ballot consider where you want your elected officials to stand on things like local climate action, mobility, transportation choices, planning and development, green space, land use, food security, and our tree canopy.

We reached out to all candidates who filed with Mecklenburg County.


Click here to view the responses we received.

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Early voting for the City of Charlotte primary elections runs through Saturday, September 9. Here's a list of sites and times when you can cast your ballot. Primary election day in Charlotte is September 12, and the general election is set for November 7. Check your voter registration and see your precinct. For more candidate information, check out Charlotte Ledger’s Charlotte City Council Election Hub.

Be sure to make your voice heard!

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  • Sophia Ege
    published this page in Latest News 2023-08-31 09:27:49 -0400