Voting Info

your_vote_counts.jpegWant to know where you can go to vote early for the NC primary election, beginning on April 19 – or see who will be on your ballot? The State Board of Elections has just posted the times and locations of Early Voting sites for all 100 counties. All counties have at least one site open on weekdays from April 19 to May 4 and on Saturday, May 5, until 1 PM. Some have sites open on other Saturdays, some on a Sunday, some on college campuses. 

Click here and then click on the rectangle box that says “One-stop voting locations in your county.” You can also register to vote or update your registration at these sites, using Same-Day Registration.

If you’re registered and want to vote by mail, you can request an absentee ballot by following the instructions at the site. Finally, use that site for instructions about how to preview your own ballot with your choices for the primary. Because of all the changes in district lines, it is especially important to preview your ballot for this election. Then, if you are presented with a different ballot at the polling place, please let the poll workers know immediately AND also report the problem to our Election Hotline so we can determine the scope of problems occurring throughout 2012: call the Hotline toll-free at 888-OUR-VOTE.

A special thanks to our friends at Democracy NC for compiling this information!