2022 PRIMARY - MAY 17, 2022 


CANDIDATE LIST OF WHO HAS FILED SO FAR

ONLINE VOTER REGISTRATION

CLICK HERE FOR INSTRUCTIONS AND LINK

                                                 

                          

If you DO NOT have a NC Driver License or NC DMV-Issued ID Card, you will need to submit a voter registration application, in order to register or update your existing registration.     DOWNLOAD THE FORM






SOME IMPORTANT DATES

  ABSENTEE BALLOTS BEGIN TO BE MAILED

MONDAY, MARCH 28

 

  DEADLINE TO REGISTER TO VOTE

FRIDAY, APRIL 22 @ 5:00 PM


  ONE-STOP EARLY VOTING 

BEGINS THURSDAY, APRIL 28

ENDS SATURDAY, MAY 14 @ 3:00 pm                 

                            CLICK HERE FOR SCHEDULE (COMING SOON)


  DEADLINE TO REQUEST AN ABSENTEE BY MAIL BALLOT

               TUESDAY, MAY 10 @ 5:00 PM 

   

PRIMARY DAY

            TUESDAY, MAY 17, 6:30 AM – 7:30 PM

                        CLICK HERE TO FIND YOUR POLLING PLACE



  1. Vote By Mail
  2. One-Stop Absentee Voting
  3. Election Results
  4.  Candidate Filing

Civilian Absentee-By-Mail Voting

Any North Carolina registered voter may request, receive, and vote a mail-in absentee ballot. No special circumstance or reason is needed to vote by mail in North Carolina.  Registered voters in North Carolina must request an absentee by mail ballot one of  two ways...


  1. Online at the ABSENTEE BALLOT REQUEST PORTAL.

                                   OR

  1. On paper with a NC Absentee Ballot Request Form.


Military and Overseas Voting

The federal Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act (UOCAVA) allows certain voters an expedited means to register and vote by mail-in ballot. Find more information at Military and Overseas Voting.


Accessible Absentee Voting


If you are a blind or visually impaired voter in North Carolina, you can request, mark, and return an accessible absentee ballot online through a system that is compatible with screen readers and that allows for a digital or typed signature. Learn more at Accessible Absentee Voting.


If you live at a facility such as a hospital, clinic, or nursing home, find details about receiving assistance with mail-in voting and other services provided by a multipartisan assistance team (MAT) at Assistance for Voters in Care Facilities.


Detailed Instructions to Vote By Mail

Voting by mail in North Carolina takes three simple steps — requesting, completing, and returning a ballot. Find more information at Detailed Instructions to Vote By Mail in 2021.


For an overview of the 2022 statewide primary, visit Upcoming Election.