The Chatham County Board of Elections Office reminds residents of important early voting information for the 2022 general election. When can Chatham County residents participate in early voting? One stop early voting begins October 20, 2022, and lasts through November 5th. Where can individuals vote early in Chatham County? Chatham County Agriculture & Conference Center […]

Voters have a final opportunity to cast a ballot on Election Day on Tuesday, July 26. All 208 Wake County polling places will open at 6:30 a.m. Residents must vote at their designated polling place and be in line to vote by 7:30 p.m. The races on the July 26 ballots include the Democratic Second Primary for Wake County sheriff and runoffs for two Town of […]

Primary elections are today in North Carolina. Confused on where you should go to vote? You can go to the NC Board of Elections website, enter your home address and you can see exactly where to vote today. Polls are open today until 7:30pm. Any voter in line at their assigned polling place at 7:30 […]

The Wake County Board of Elections is reminding residents the voter registration deadline is just one week away on April 22. Anyone wishing to make their voice heard in the May Primary or Cary municipal election should not delay ensuring they can vote in the upcoming Congressional and local races. “Even if you think your […]

North Carolina has more than 550 cities, towns, and villages – also known as municipalities. Municipalities are local governments, which control local tax rates and make decisions about development, policing, trash service, and other issues that affect voters’ daily lives. FIND YOUR POLLING LOCATION Most municipalities in North Carolina conduct elections in odd-numbered years, including […]

Actress Eva Longoria is apologizing for a comment she made about turnout during the recent election. In an MSNBC interview, Longoria said, “The women of color showed up in big ways. Of course, you saw in Georgia, what Black women have done, but Latina women were the real heroines here, beating men in turnout, in […]

  North Carolina elections officials wish to remind Election Day voters that it may take a few weeks before their “voter history” is updated to reflect their recent vote in their voter record available through the State Board of Elections’ Voter Search tool. The State Board of Elections and county boards of elections are inundated with questions […]

Allison Riggs from the Southern Coalition for Social Justice joined us to discuss some of the most important things we should know about voting. Early Voting Dates Absentee Voting Witnesses for Absentee Ballots Finding Your Early Voting Location Wearing PPE At The Polling Location     The Southern Coalition for Social Justice is a 501(c)(3) […]

It’s almost time to vote. Make sure that your information is up to date in Wake County, if that’s where you live. Want to check your voting status in another county? Click here. Get all of your questions answered: Register to vote online Update your address if you’ve moved Print out a form to register […]

Durham County’s voters are served by precinct officials who staff early voting sites, as well as precinct officials who serve Election Day polling places. These positions are appointed by the Board of Elections, based upon recommendations from Durham County’s political parties. Persons appointed must be registered voters of Durham County, of good repute and able […]

If you are looking to vote via an absentee ballot in November, you can request your ballot now!     October 9 5:00 p.m. Voter registration deadline October 27 5:00 p.m. Last day to submit an absentee ballot request November 3 5:00 p.m. Absentee ballots delivered to the Board of Elections must be received by […]

ABC11 gathered a group of five Black women from around the Triangle to weigh in on the upcoming election. Topics discussed included taxes, the environment, education, equality and, of course, Donald Trump. Despite what you might have believed, all of the women were not opposed to President Trump.       Facebook: The Karen Clark […]