Why I Need You To Vote

A partisan candidate in any race statewide will receive money from their political party. If party leaders really want to win that particular seat, it could be a lot of money. I will not get that money because I’m shunning political parties by choice. And I’m okay with that. I’m running on faith that my message is enough to win votes, whether I raise $10,000 or $100,000. The average General Assembly race in this state will spend $400,000, by the way. And yes, whatever your reaction was to that, I agree.

But why I really need you to vote is that a certain portion of the population will vote a straight ticket no matter what I say or how much they may claim to like me. They will NOT stray from their party. Not much I can do about that.

Then there are the people in the middle, the people who don’t care about politics, and the people who say, “My vote is only one vote; it won’t matter.” But in my race, it could. It absolutely could. And since I’m running unaffiliated, I HOPE it matters. So below you will find links to several websites that I need you to visit. And then when you do all of that, get off your butt and go vote for me. If you take advantage of early voting, it’ll take about 10 minutes of your time.

Your country needs every person who is eligible to vote to do so in 2020. It’s probably the most important election of our lifetimes. I’m but one little piece of that ballot. But my message and my race could be one of the most important for North Carolina. I would greatly appreciate your vote.

Johnston County Board of Elections

  • Board of Elections main site
  • How to Register to Vote  (FYI, if I have alerted you that you need to do an address change, this is where you will click.  For address changes, you also have the option of finding your voter registration card, completing the address change on the back of the card, and then mailing it in to the Johnston County Board of Elections.)
  • Where is My Polling Place?


Voter Registration Search and Maps

I put this link in it’s own section because this will show you exactly what districts you are in, whether state races or federal races. If you click on THIS WEBSITE, it will take you to the state board of elections site where you can search your name to see what State House and Senate seats represent you, and it will show you what Federal House and Senate seats represent you, as well as judges.

Everywhere you see blue below is my district.


Contact me at dentonleeiii@gmail.com if you have any questions or would like to help out in any way.