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Important Voter Information

voting boothsAny 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:

  • 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 the absentee voting page.
  • 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 the one-stop voting page.
  • 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. 

Voters are not required to show photo ID in North Carolina elections. The photo ID requirement has been enjoined by a state court. For the latest information, view the NC State Board of Elections webpage here

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