YOUR VOTE: North Carolina
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by Countable | 3.19.18
It's election season! Are you ready? With just a few clicks, we'll walk through voter registration, key election dates, and all the documents you'll need. Best of all, you can share this info with your friends and neighbors. Make sure that your vote counts!
1. KNOW THE DATES
- Primary Election: North Carolina's Primary Election is on May 8, 2018.
- General Election: The general election is on November 6, 2018.
2. REGISTER TO VOTE
- Registration Status: Not sure you're registered? This handy widget will tell you whether you're on the voter rolls.
- Voting Requirements: Here are the requirements to register as a voter in North Carolina.
- Primary Registration Deadline: The registration cutoff for the primary election is April 13, 2018.
- General Election Registration Deadline: The registration cutoff for the general election is October 12, 2018.
3. FIND YOUR POLLING PLACE
- Polling Location: School, firehouse or community center, this simple form will tell you where to go to cast your ballot.
- Absentee Ballot: Out of town, or serving abroad? Here's how to get an absentee ballot.
4. WHAT TO TAKE TO THE POLLS
- Voter ID Laws: North Carolina does not require a photo ID.
- Accepted Credentials: However, certain first-time voters may be required to show some form of identification, as listed here.
- Don't have valid ID?: Once you have registered to vote, no further voter ID is required to vote in NC except for some first time voters.
- Voter ID helpline: 844-338-8743
- Learn more about voter ID from VoteRiders: Visit North Carolina Voter ID FAQs
5. WHAT TO TAKE TO THE POLLS
- Ballot Measure #1: Voter ID Amendment — Amends the North Carolina Constitution to require voters to present a photo ID to vote in person
- Ballot Measure #2: Income Tax Cap Amendment — Amends the state’s constitution to lower the state’s maximum allowable income tax rate from 10 to 7 percent
- Ballot Measure #3: Marsy's Law Crime Victims Rights Amendment — Amends Section 27 of Article I of the North Carolina Constitution, which addresses crime victims’ rights, with a version of Marsy’s Law
6. HAVING TROUBLE? GET IN TOUCH
- Phone Number: The North Carolina Official Election Center can be reached at (919) 733-7173.
- Email Address: Its email is Elections.email@example.com.
7. NEED TO REGISTER?
- Or maybe you just want election reminders? Click below to get started and, thanks to TurboVote, we've got you covered.
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