Make Your Voice Heard in 2020
The 2020 General Election could be the most consequential of our lifetime. The results will reverberate for a generation to come, across the country and around the world
The ongoing public health crisis poses many challenges, but we cannot let those challenges prevent us from exercising our voice. Make your plan to vote today.
To seek assistance with a specific issue, please call the North Carolina Democratic Party Voter Assistance Hotline: 1-833-868-3462.
REGISTER TO VOTE
Confirm the Status of Your Registration
North Carolinians may confirm the status of their voter registration, locate their Election Day precinct polling place, and view sample ballots online, using the Voter Search Tool maintained by the State Board of Elections.
Register to Vote
North Carolinians seeking to vote in the 2020 General Election must be U.S. citizens, aged 18 years or older by November 3, a resident of their county at least 30 days prior to November 3, and not actively serving a sentence for a felony conviction. For more information on eligibility, please consult the State Board of Elections.
North Carolinians have THREE options to register to vote in advance of the 2020 General Election:
Register online by 5:00 pm on October 9. Existing customers of the North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles may register or update aspects of their existing registration online.
Register via paper application by 5:00 pm on October 9. North Carolinians may register or update their existing registration using the paper application. Completed applications should be mailed or hand delivered to your local county board of elections.
Register at a One-Stop Early Voting Site between October 15-31. North Carolinians may register or update aspects of their existing registration and vote at any One-Stop Early Voting Site within their county of residence. Those registering at a One-Stop Early Vote Site may be asked to provide proof of residence, but voters will NOT be required to present photo identification when casting a ballot in the 2020 General Election.