Election Resources

Voter Education Handouts for 2018

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Early Voting Schedules   
"Fridge Card" Election Handout Spanish "Fridge Card" Election Handout
2018 Ballot: State & Local Races Spanish 2018 Ballot: State & Local Races
Constitutional Amendments Handout Spanish Constitutional Amendment Handout
Know Your Rights Post Hurricane Florence   


Voter Education VIDEOS for 2018

Learn about Photo ID Amendment & Voting with Mina & Coleman!

View Mina's Story: Turned Away from Voting in 2016

Additional stories from voters without photo ID can be found here

Voter Registration Training



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


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: 


Where do I Vote Early? Visit our Early Voting Page!


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.