Board of Elections

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Statement on COVID-19 Response

Until further order of the court, voters are not required to show photo ID. The law was enjoined by a federal district court on December 31, 2019. This page will be updated if new information becomes available.

The State Board of Elections and N.C. Division of Motor Vehicles now offer certain online voter registration services for existing DMV customers



Voter Information

  • Voter Registration Status / SAMPLE BALLOT LOOKUP
  • Forms
  • Voting OptionsAny person registered to vote in North Carolina and seeking to vote in an election has several options. A voter may use of any of the following methods to cast a ballot:
    • A voter may vote absentee-by-mail. This entails requesting a ballot from their county board of elections (download the State Absentee Ballot Request Form), receiving and voting the ballot, and then mailing it back by a certain deadline. For more information on absentee-by-mail voting procedures and deadlines, visit our absentee voting page.
    • A voter may vote in-person during the one-stop absentee (early) voting period. This entails presenting at any early voting location in your county of residence, and casting a ballot in person. For more information on early voting procedures and times, visit our one-stop voting page.
    • A voter may vote in-person on Election Day. This entails presenting at your specific precinct polling place and casting your vote on Election Day. Polls are open 6:30 am to 7:30 pm. 

Board Meeting Dates, Notices, and Agendas

Campaign Finance


Become a Poll Worker

Information on Becoming a Poll Worker

Become a Student Election Assistant

In 2003, the North Carolina General Assembly passed a law allowing high school students to work in the polls on election day. Student Election Assistants carry some of the same responsibilities as election officials, and are compensated in the same way.

To qualify, the applicant must be a U.S. citizen who will be at least 17 years old by election day and who resides in the precinct where they wish to serve. Applicants must be in good academic standing with the school where they are enrolled (including public, private and home schools). They must also have permission from a parent (or guardian/legal custodian) and from their school principal/director.

To apply, download the application here and mail it to your County Board of Elections office.



Help Voters in Residential Facilities

A Multipartisan Assistance Team, or “MAT,” is a group
appointed by a County Board of Elections office to
provide assistance with mail-in absentee voting
to voters living at facilities such as
nursing homes, group homes and hospitals.
For the November 2020 election, a MAT team
may assist any voter who requests assistance. 

To inquire about joining a MAT team or
scheduling a MAT visit,
contact your County Board of Elections office.

For more information, see the section on
MAT teams on the Voting Accessibility page


Granville County Board of Elections


208 Wall St. Oxford NC 27565 




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