Disability Rights North Carolina

Introduction

Early Voting Starts October 15

Early Voting Starts October 15

Excited to cast your vote?

Consider Early Voting!

From October 15-31, NC voters can cast an absentee ballot at an early voting site (also called one-stop early voting). You can cast your ballot at any early voting site in your county. 

White man and latino woman both wearing masks sit across from each other with dozens of large USPS boxes in front of them. The man holds up an early voting flyer.
DRNC's Josh Prater and Monica Resendiz prepare to mail out early voting flyers across the state.
black couple wearing masks standing in a long line for early voting.
DRNC Attorney, Iris Peoples Green, and husband, Joe Green, waiting in line for early voting on October 15, 2020.

What are the benefits of early voting?

  • Avoid election day crowds.
  • Access more flexible voting hours.
  • Same Day Voter Registration is available at all early voting sites.

Same Day Voter Registration

Didn’t register by Oct. 9? It’s not too late! Visit an early voting site during the early voting period and you can complete same-day registration and vote early all in one stop. In order to register, you will need to bring a proof of address with you. 

Things you can use for proof of address:

  • Driver’s license
  • Current power bill, water bill or cable bill
  • Bank statement
  • Government pay-check 

Worried about safety at the Polls?

Request your free PPE Kit online, or call 1-888-WEVOTE-2 to order by phone.

Read more about early voting and same day registration. 

Visit our Election 2020 page for more information about deadlines and links to information and resources.

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