Election Resources

Voter Registration Training

Training Videos:

Working with a voter to get the form right:

Working with voters unsure of rules for felony convictions: 

Engaging people who are in a hurry:

People who are unsure of their status:

Remaining nonpartisan:

Being inclusive and remaining gender neutral: 

Training Documents:

2018 PRIMARY ELECTION TRAINING SLIDES

Voter Registration Best Practices

The Eligible Eight - Best Practices for Helping Voters Understand The Rules

Ex-Felons Have the Right to Register and Vote in North Carolina

High School Voter Registration Toolkit for Youth And Student Organizers

Voter Education Materials 2018

English "Fridge Card" 

Spanish "Fridge Card"

The 2018 Ballot: State & Local Races and how they impact your community 

Proposed Constitutional Amendments on the 2018 Ballot 

Our Conversation With Voters: You Can Vote developed a flow chart that describes to our volunteers the conversations we have with voters and requirements for registering and voting. 

FLOW CHART SIDE ONE

FLOW CHART SIDE TWO

NC Voter Registration Form - YOU NEED TO PRINT AND MAIL OR DELIVER IN PERSON TO LOCAL BOARD OF ELECTIONS. 


Where do I Vote Early? Click Here

 

Where do I Vote on Election Day? Check Here

 

How do I Vote By Mail? Click Here

 

When do I need to show ID? The photo ID law was struck down in 2016. You only need to show ID if:

1: You’re a new voter and didn’t list your ID number or last 4 of Social
Security number on registration. Bring any photo ID or a utility bill, bank
statement, pay stub or government document with your address on it.

2: You’re registering to vote and voting during Early Voting. If so, bring
a government photo ID or a document with your name and current
address: bank statement, utility bill, pay stub or government document.


 

OTHER TOOLS: