Greetings and welcome to the official website of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated® Chi Rho Omega Chapter. Since 2004, Chi Rho Omega has been dedicated to serving Eastern Wake County through community service projects and educational activities. Chi Rho Omega provides hands-on support to community partners in Knightdale, Rolesville, Wake Forest, Wendell, and Zebulon.
Chi Rho Omega is committed to implementing Alpha Kappa Alpha’s Internal Program Initiative, Soaring to Greater Heights of Service and Sisterhood. Led by International President and CEO Danette Anthony Reed, the 2022-2026 international program initiatives are designed to improve the lives of those we serve. “Strengthen Our Sisterhood” will serve as the “Foundation Initiative” as Chi Rho Omega strengthens its bonds to support the service mission. The remaining five initiatives include: Empower Our Families, Build Our Economic Wealth, Enhance Our Environment, Advocate for Social Justice, and Uplift Our Local Community.
Annually, Chi Rho Omega partners with the “Cultivating Resources and Opportunities Community Foundation” to provide scholarships to local students pursuing higher education. Since 2004, more than $25,000 in scholarships have been awarded.
Deyna M. Hardison, President
Chi Rho Omega Chapter
2023 Municipal Elections in North Carolina: Your Complete Guide
Are you ready to make your voice heard in the 2023 Municipal Elections in North Carolina? This comprehensive guide will walk you through all the essential details you need to know to participate in this important civic event.
Election Date Reminder
On November 7, 2023, North Carolinians will have the opportunity to shape their local governments. Mark your calendars and be ready to cast your vote to choose the representatives who will make decisions in your city or town. The 2023 Municipal Elections are just around the corner, so save the date!
Find Your Polling Place
If you’re wondering where to vote in the 2023 Municipal Elections, there’s an easy tool available to help you find your designated polling place. Simply enter your information into the voter search or use your address with the Election Day polling place search. https://vt.ncsbe.gov/RegLkup/
Voter ID Requirements
This year, there’s a new requirement for voters – you’ll need to show a valid photo ID when you vote. Here are the acceptable IDs:
- North Carolina driver’s license
- State ID from the NCDMV (also called “non-operator ID”)
- Driver’s license or non-driver ID from another state, District of Columbia, or U.S. territory (only if the voter registered in North Carolina within 90 days of the election)
- U.S. Passport or U.S. Passport card
- North Carolina voter photo ID card issued by a county board of elections (see Get a Free Voter Photo ID).
- College or university student ID approved by the State Board of Elections
- State or local government or charter school employee ID approved by the State Board of Elections
- Additionally, the following IDs are accepted regardless of expiration or issuance date:
- Military or veterans ID card (with photo) issued by the U.S. government
- Tribal enrollment card (with photo) issued by a tribe recognized by the state or federal government
- ID card (with photo) issued by an agency of the U.S. government or the State of North Carolina for a public assistance program
What to Expect on Election Day
On Election Day, polls will be open from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. If you’re in line at your assigned polling place by 7:30 p.m., you’ll be able to vote. Keep in mind that the busiest times tend to be early in the morning and just before the polls close, so consider voting at off-peak times to avoid longer lines.
Remember, your vote matters, and it’s your chance to shape your local community’s future. Get ready, stay informed, and participate in the 2023 Municipal Elections in North Carolina. Your voice counts!