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This edition is sponsored by Raleigh Convergence.

🗳️ Check your polling place or other registration details. [link]

🗳️ A photo ID will not be required to vote in the March 3 primary election.

🗳️ See your sample ballot.

🗳️ Unaffiliated/independent voter? You can choose a party's ballot (Democratic, Republican or Libertarian) or an unaffiliated ballot, which does not have partisan primary races. 

🗳️ The polls are open between 6:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. today (Tuesday)

Still need to research before you vote? Here are some helpful links:

The New Neighbor Project launches!

What makes a place home? Is it knowing where the great murals (like this one) are, where to find the best drink or the best brunch?

At Raleigh Convergence, we think it's having the information to become engaged Raleighites and connecting with existing neighbors.

The New Neighbor Project helps welcome newcomers -- those 60+ people moving to Wake County per day, but also those still new to town or new to certain communities.

This project is for everyone, whether you're a new neighbor or a native: The New Neighbor Project from Raleigh Convergence is the recipient of a Community Network grant from the Facebook Journalism Project and The Lenfest Institute for Journalism.

Message from Raleigh Convergence:

Sponsorships are available for The New Neighbor Project.
Find out the details by signing up to receive our sponsorship kit!

Raleigh Raw rolled out a membership program, including wellness, fitness, social no- and low-alcohol cocktail parties, book clubs, community conversations and discounts. [Raleigh Raw]

The Origin hotel at One Glenwood is getting close to completion. The boutique chain, which also has hotels in Lexington, Kent., and Red Rocks and Westminster, Colo., has local features and a hotel restaurant with a plant-based focus. It's expected to open later this month. [RALToday]

Even with no confirmed local cases, coronavirus is affecting lives of Chinese Americans in the Triangle. [WUNC]

"You Have to Start a Thing," an exhibit on women's voting rights in North Carolina, opens Friday at the N.C. Museum of History. [Spectrum]
🎟️ Don't miss our event in 2 days! Tickets are limited.

Making Raleigh: The Local Cocktail, from Raleigh Convergence x Watts & Ward (Thursday) [tickets]

Hear the stories behind the cocktail bar from Watts & Ward co-owner Patrick Shanahan, experience a guided tasting from Watts & Ward beverage director Logan Mosteller and learn the history of the building from Raleigh Historic Development Commissioner Heather Leah, who also runs a Hidden History segment on WRAL.
Thanks for reading this edition of the Raleigh Convergence!


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