From the mountains to the beaches, it’s time to get out and vote in North Carolina! Here’s the low-down:

Where do I vote?

Search by address here and find your precinct. You can search by your name here to find your election day polling place.

On Election Day, you can vote at different precinct in your county on Election Day, but it will be a provisional ballot so I recommend you vote at your assigned precinct.

How do I know if I am registered?

You can search by your name here to check out your registration and your polling place.

I don’t have a North Carolina driver’s license. Can I still vote?

Yes! Because of a court ruling, you do not need an ID to vote – except if you are a new voter in your county and your voter registration form was not fully verified, in which case you need a government document, pay stub, utility bill (you can go on-line and print a copy if you have an e-bill), bank statement, or student ID showing your address.

What should I bring with me?

You do not need to bring a picture ID to vote; however, if it is the first time you have voted in your current county, I recommend that you bring a government document, pay stub, utility bill, bank statement, or student ID showing your address just in case.

Ugh. I am fed up with politics. I don’t like either candidate.

Hey, there is a lot more than the presidency at stake here! State and local elected officials affect your daily life – you have the opportunity to elect judges, state lawmakers, NC Secretary of State, Superintendent of Public Instruction just to name a few. You can find information on the candidates for all these races here. You can also make your own handy “model ballot” here and your customized ballot will be emailed or texted to you.

Hey, it could be worse.