Find out where, when, how to vote below, but first learn what is on the ballot in addition to U.S. Congress:
1: Find your registration what is on your ballot. Once your name comes up, click on your name to find your sample ballot. Search here!
2: Not registered? Fill out this form and get it to your county Board of Elections before the voter registration deadline (25 days before the election). You can also register and vote on the same day during Early Voting! TO REGISTER, YOU MUST:
- Be a US citizen
- Be at least 16 years old and 18 years old by Election Day, Nov 6 to VOTE in 2018
- Live in North Carolina and the precinct where you'll vote for 30 days before the election day
- If you have been convicted of a felony, you can REGISTER AND VOTE if finished with your felony sentence and are not on probation or on parole for that sentence.
- Not claim the right to vote in another state.
3: Learn about the candidates on your ballot! Non-partisan voting guide coming soon.
4: Find early voting locations and times (to be published when sites/schedule determined). You can vote at ANY location in your county during early voting.
6: If you want to vote on Election Day, you must go to your assigned polling location. Search for your Election Day polling site here!
No Photo ID Required to vote! The only voters who need to bring identification are:
1: New voters who didn’t list an ID number or last 4 of Social Security number on their registration application. Bring any photo ID or a utility bill, bank statement, online bill, pay stub or government document with your address on it.
2: Voters who register and vote at the same time during Early Voting. If you use same-day registration, be sure to bring: a government photo ID or a document (or online bill) with your name and current address: bank statement, utility bill, pay stub or government document.