Early voting has started for the elections that will determine who leads most of the state's towns and cities.
If you haven't registered to vote, you can still do so, but only through the early voting process. That allows same-day registration and voting, but it won't last long for this election.
One-stop early voting ends Saturday, Oct. 30.
Problems getting timely census data led to delays for some races, but there's still a full slate of contests for Election Day — Tuesday, November 2 — for several town mayoral and council seats.
That includes eight municipal elections in Forsyth County alone, from Kernersville to Clemmons.
Neither Winston-Salem nor High Point is scheduled for elections this year, and Greensboro's races for city seats have been pushed back until March.