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To register to vote in North Carolina, you must be: -A US citizen by birth or naturalization. -Be at least 18 years of age by Election Day. -Not be serving a felony sentence, including probation. -Be a resident of the county for at least 30 days prior to the next general election.

Voters can still register and vote at the same time during the early voting period. This is not an option on Election Day, so make sure you arrive at the polling place during the 17-day early voting period.

A 17 year old can register and vote if she will be 18 years old by Election Day.

Yes, any registered voter can vote by mail. Absentee voting by mail is a viable option to vote.

Voters with a disability or difficulty reading can get help from anyone (except their employer or union agent). You have the right to vote curbside from your vehicle if you are unable to get to the polling place due to your age, a physical or mental disability, or have symptoms of COVID, are unable to wear a mask, or have a medical condition that places you with increased risk of COVID.

You do not need to show a photo ID to vote. Courts have blocked North Carolina’s photo ID requirement to vote. You should not be asked to verify your identity at the polls unless you are registering the same day or it is your first time voting in your county and your registration has not yet been verified.

Online Voter Registration (OVR) is now available through Votemos NC which will guide you to the North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) website. To use OVR, you must have a North Carolina driver’s license or DMV-issued identification card. To register online, visit https://votemosnc.com/voter-registration/

Update your voter registration by registering again if you’ve moved. If you have moved due to COVID-19, please register and vote in the county you call home.

If you have been convicted of a misdemeanor, you never lose your right to vote. If you have been convicted of a felony but have completed your sentence, you can vote. If you are currently serving a sentence for a felony, you may be able to vote.

If you go to the wrong precinct and don’t have time to get to the correct precinct, you can vote by a provisional ballot. If you are told that you cannot vote a regular ballot for another reason, you have the right to vote a provisional ballot.