Where and when can I vote?
- Absentee-by-mail voting has begun. Click here to request an absentee-by-mail ballot.
- Early voting is open from May 26th to June 4th.
- ELECTION DAY is June 7, 2016! Polls are open from 6:30am-7:30 pm
For more info on early voting, click here.
Can I early vote?
- Any voter can early vote without a reason or excuse at any of the early voting locations in the county in which they are registered. Early vote locations and times are listed below.
Do I have to have a photo ID to vote?
- Beginning in 2016, North Carolina will require voters to show a photo identification (photo ID) when they present to vote in person. This change is a result of the Voter Information Verification Act or “VIVA.” (S.L. 2013-381). However, you can always vote provisionally – don’t be denied a ballot.
Do I have to vote twice in the 12th District Congressional race?
- Yes. Even if you voted for Alma on March 15th, you have to vote on June 7th if you want her to win!
In what case will a provisional ballot be made available?
- In most cases a provisional ballot will be offered in the case a voter goes to the wrong polling location, is not found as a registered voter, or if the voter disputes their party registration.
- Every voter must be told about the option of a provisional ballot if any discrepancies exist in regard to a voter’s eligibility to vote at that polling location.
Is there Voter assistance for disabled?
- Yes, there is voter assistance available for disabled voters. “Curbside voting is available for disabled voters” For early voting in most cases the election workers will bring out a voting machine to the voters car. On Election Day a paper ballot will be brought out to voter’s car. Each polling location is also handicapped accessible.
What if I have a question about how I vote or about the ballot?
- You may ask a poll worker a question at any point during the voting process, even if you are in the voting booth. Do not hesitate to ask if you do have a question.
Absentee Ballot Information General Information
A person must be a registered voter in their North Carolina county of residence in order to request an absentee ballot. If not registered to
vote in the proper county, a person must submit a voter registration application along with this form. Voter registration applications are
available online at www.ncsbe.gov. The deadline to register to vote is 25 days prior to the date of the election.
To find your polling location click here:
If you have any questions please call our campaign office.