Board of Elections

Results from the November 2022 General Election can be viewed at the

NC State Board of Elections website

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About the Board

The Craven County Board of Elections operates under a five member board that is appointed every two years. The board is two Democrats, two Republicans, and a Chair that is appointed by the Governor, effective January 31 (Session Law 2018-146).

The Craven County Board of Elections has 3 full-time employees. The County Board of Elections is State-governed and County-funded. The Office is responsible for all voter registration and elections in Craven County. The right to vote is the cornerstone of American freedom. Your vote counts. Voters should feel that the process is just and be allowed to express their viewpoints through their ballots.

Board Meetings

Meetings are held in the Board of Elections One-Stop/Training Room in the Craven County Government Administration building located at 406 Craven Street in New Bern. 

The next meeting(s) of the Board of Elections:   Guest may join in-person or livestream

Craven County Board of Elections - Regular Business Meeting - December 7, 2022 - 2:00 pm

Microsoft Teams meeting 

Join on your computer, mobile app or room device 

Meeting ID: 278 596 618 236 
 
Passcode: gSRkua 

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If you would like to be put on the agenda to speak please follow the Public Agenda Policy.  Requests have to be made 48 hours before the scheduled meeting.

Craven County Public Agenda Policy

Current Board Members (2021-2023)      

  • Chair:  Zeda B. Trice, Democrat
  • Democrat Member: Edward R. Dzioba, Secretary
  • Democrat Member: Ronnie D. Lovick
  • Republican Member:  Brian J. Gatchel
  • Republican Member:  Matthew P. Schwob

FILING FOR OFFICE for November 2022 Elections
Ended at noon July 15, 2022

 Next Election:

Tuesday, November 8, 2022 General Election 

Polls on open at 6:30 am and close at 7:30 pm

You must vote at your assigned precinct based on your residential address to receive your correct ballot.

2022 November UOCAVA Election Notice

NOTICE OF GENERAL ELECTION


IF NEEDED FURTHER UPDATES WILL BE POSTED HERE.

If you need to look up your polling site information (what precinct you are assigned to)  go to the Voter Information page on the left of this page and click on the Quick Link that says       Find your Polling Site

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VOTER HISTORY: HISTORY IN ANY ELECTION IS NOT SEEN ON YOUR VOTER RECORD UNTIL AFTER THE COUNTY HAS HAD THEIR CANVASS MEETING FOR THE ELECTION.