There are no statewide elections in 2011. Municipal elections include a partisan primary on Sept. 13th, a non-partisan primary and election on Oct. 11th, and the general election on Nov. 8, 2011. View calendar.
Register to vote, or change your name, address or party affiliation using the link to the NC voter registration form. Mail your registration form to your local county board of elections. Learn more.
You must be registered 25 days before an election. Note: After the deadline, you may still register to vote and vote at a one-stop location. Learn more.
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Polls are open from 6:30 am to 7:30 pm in North Carolina.
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Bring a current and valid photo identification if you are newly registered.
Instant Runoff Voting (IRV) serves as both a primary and a general election in a crowded field. Voters may rank their top three choices. Learn more.
North Carolina voters may vote early at a one-stop site.
North Carolina voters may vote absentee by mail. Learn more.
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