- Am I eligible to vote in NC?
- Can I confirm my voter registration?
- Is there a quick way to connect with local party members?
- Can I locate NC representatives associated with a certain address?
- Is there a single source where I can locate all my voter information with just one search?
- Where is my precinct voting location?
- NOTICE: I heard some precincts will be temporarily moved during the 2017 Forsyth County Municipal Elections. Which ones are affected? And where will the polls be relocated?
- Where can I find information about early or absentee voting?
- Where can I find a list of candidates in the upcoming election?
- Where can generate a sample ballot?
To be eligible to vote in North Carolina, you must:
- Be a U.S. citizen
- A resident of North Carolina
- Be at least 17 years old and 18 years old by the next General Election.
- Have your rights of citizenship restored if you were a convicted felon
Note: 17 year olds may register and vote in a primary election as long as they turn 18 by the General Election. You cannot register to vote earlier than 60 days before the primary election. Special ballots are given to 17 year olds at their polling place that excludes any races they are not able to vote on.
NOTICE: I heard some precincts will be temporarily moved during the 2017 Forsyth County Municipal Elections. Which ones are affected? And where will the polls be relocated?
A complete list of all precincts that are to be temporarily relocated for the 2017 Forsyth County Municipal Election can be viewed below or downloaded as a PDF here.
You can generate a sample ballot by address lookup at ballotpedia.org.