A Great Place to Call Home
It has been my honor to serve as western Cary’s representative on the Cary Town Council. In all that I do, I strive to protect the qualities of our community that we love and further improve our standing as the best place to live in America.
I hope that you have found me to be an approachable, caring, and responsive representative for you. If re-elected, I will continue to work hard to ensure that Cary remains a great place to call home.
I know that it is the people of Cary who make our community a great place to live. We all do our part – from helping out our neighbors to volunteering. One thing that we can all do to ensure Cary’s success is to elect strong leadership.
I encourage all Cary residents to embrace this responsibility by going to the polls on Tuesday, October 10th and voting. And I ask for your vote so that I can continue to work for you.
Leave a place better than you found it
Jennifer is passionate about making Cary a great place to call home. She serves Cary and the greater community through her service on Cary Town Council, and through her volunteer efforts with organizations that promote quality of life for our citizens.
Jennifer is actively involved in our community through her leadership on:
· Cary Town Council
· Triangle J Council of Governments
· North Carolina League of Municipalities
· Triangle Transit Authority
· Cary Morrisville Joint Committee
Over the years, she has given back to the community through her volunteer work with:
· Cary Community Foundation
· Cary Women’s Giving Network
· Taylor Family YMCA Advisory Board
· Northwest Cary YMCA Advisory Board
· Cary Chamber of Commerce
· Read and Feed
· Cary Christian School
· Apex Baptist Church
· Youth Soccer
She is currently employed by SAS as its Director of Local Government Solutions. In this role, she helps cities across the country use analytics to be more effective and efficient in meeting the needs of their citizens.
In all she does, she has held firm to the guidance provided by her father to “leave a place better than you found it.”
Vote Robinson for Council
Each of us has a part in ensuring Cary’s success by electing strong leadership.
I encourage all Cary residents to embrace this responsibility by going to the polls on Tuesday, October 10th and voting.
I ask that you vote for me, Jennifer Robinson, so that I can continue to work for you.
HOW AND WHERE TO VOTE
Not sure which Town Council district you’re in or your registration status?
Search the North Carolina Board of Elections database for your information.
To request an absentee ballot, visit the North Carolina Board of Elections website for details and instructions.
Early Voting takes place from Thursday, September 21 through Saturday, October 7.
Locations are available throughout the county; please note that you may vote at ANY early voting site, so you can easily vote close to home or work.
See full details on early voting dates, times, and locations in Wake County on the Wake County Board of Elections website.
Early voting in Cary is held at:
Herbert C. Young Community Center, 101 Wilkinson Avenue in Cary
- October 4, 2017 11am - 7pm
- October 5, 2017 11am - 7pm
- October 6, 2017 11am - 7pm
- October 7, 2017 11am - 7pm
Early voting for Chatham County Cary residents is offered at:
Chatham County Board of Elections Office, 984-D Thompson Street in Pittsboro
- September 21-22, 2017 8am-5pm
- September 25-29, 2017 8am-5pm
- October 2-6, 2017 8am-5pm
- October 7, 2017 9am-1pm
See details on early voting in Chatham County on the Chatham County Board of Elections website.
Please note that Chatham County residents are not permitted to vote at the Herb Young Community Center.
Polls will be open from 6:30am to 7:30pm on Election Day, Tuesday October 10.
Find your Election Day polling place at the North Carolina Board of Elections Polling Place Search site.
Thanks for learning more about Jennifer and the election on October 10, 2017.
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