General Election is November 3, 2020
Your Vote Counts!
Photo ID is NOT Required.
- To register to vote in North Carolina, a person must meet the qualifications to vote and complete a voter registration application.
- N.C. Division of Motor Vehicles customers may also register to vote and update their registrations (except name change) here. For more information and a link to the service, see “Online Voter Registration” section.
- If you are not registered in a county, you may register to vote during the one-stop early voting period. This process is called “Same-Day Registration.” Same-day registrants must attest to their eligibility to vote and must provide proof of residence. A voter attests to their eligibility by completing a voter registration application. Details of what is needed to do same-day registration is in follow link
Absentee Ballot Request
(Absentee Ballots are currently being finalized by NC Congress,
and will be available soon.)
Any North Carolina registered voter who is qualified to vote in an election may request and receive a mail-in absentee ballot for any election in which absentee voting is allowed.
No special circumstance or reason is needed to receive and vote a mail-in absentee ballot.
Who may Request an Absentee Ballot?
To receive a mail-in absentee ballot for an election, a voter or the voter’s near relative (spouse, brother, sister, parent, grandparent, child, grandchild, mother-in-law, father-in-law, daughter-in-law, son-in-law, stepparent, or stepchild) or legal guardian must use the State Absentee Ballot Request Form to request the ballot
Casting Ballot at Polls:
If you do not know in which precinct you live or where to cast your ballot, go to: North Carolina State Board of Elections and you can look up both.
Why Your Vote is Safe in North Carolina
Your vote is especially safe in this election due to new measures Jackson County Board of Elections and the North Carolina State Board of Elections have instigated. When you vote you will receive a paper ballot (from a volunteer) that will record your vote along with the electronic record and a paper tape. You will review the paper ballot before it is put into a locked box that will only be opened in case of a recount. Read the article “Why Your Vote is Safe in North Carolina” on our website. If you have any questions, contact Jackson County Board of Elections.
Democratic Candidates for General Election
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