Registering to Vote!

Josh Neuman

Voter Eligibility

To vote you must be:

-18 years of age

-A United States citizen

-A resident in the area you plan to vote in for at least 30 days prior to the election.

-Must not be during a sentence of a felony and this includes probation and parole.

-You must rescind previous voting registration from any place you lived prior.

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Ways You Can Register

First you must sign a voter registration application and include all of your personal information such as address, birth date, etc.

Then you mail this to your county board of elections.

Also in North Carolina, you can register to vote by e-mail and fax (must include your original signature), in person (at the DMV by renewing your driver's license) as well as by mail.

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North Carolina Registration Deadlines

You will be eligible to vote as long as the application that you submitted is postmarked or received 25 days prior to Election Day.

Military, Overseas, and Out of State Registration

If you are a resident of NC but are outside of the state (in the military or college) you are still able to register to vote. Military and Overseas residents can register to vote using The Federal Postcard Application (FPCA) or The Federal Write-In Absentee Ballot (FWAB)

Out of State Residents can register by email, mail or fax as long as their permanent address is still in North Carolina.