Who can vote absentee?
Any person who is registered to vote in North Carolina can vote an absentee-by-mail ballot or at a One-Stop voting site in their county before the day of the Election. This is known as Absentee Voting.
Military/Overseas Voters go the the Federal Voting Assistance Program website to access the proper form for requesting absentee voting materials. NOTE: Requests are only good for one calendar year. Click here to access fvap.gov.
Click here for: Absentee by-mail Ballot Request Form (only valid form/method for requesting absentee ballots to be mailed)
Note that Absentee Ballot Requests are valid only for the election requested and valid for one calendar year.
One-Stop Absentee Voting (Early Voting)
One-Stop Absentee voting (Early Voting) is in-person voting and is available beginning the 3rd Thursday before and ending at 1 pm on the last Saturday before Election Day. Times are determined by the Board of Elections and approved by the State Board of Elections before each election.
2016 November General Election Absentee Voting
2016 November Voting Guide (options, Absentee-by-mail, One-Stop early voting info.) TBA
2016 Absentee By Mail & One-Stop Voting Daily Register
2016 Absentee & One-Stop Statistics
2016 Absentee & One-Stop Statistics by Precinct
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