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NC General Statute 163A-1142 states that. "The county board of elections shall count the individuals provisional ballot for all ballot items on which it determines that the individual was eligible to vote. If you think you may not make it to your correct precinct on Election Day, please consider voting early at the early voting site.
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Early "no excuse" voting is now available for any registered voter either by mail or in person. To vote by mail, a voter may make a request by filling out the official state request form. You may call our office at 849-7907 to request one be mailed to you or you may find the link to get one on our webpage. The deadline for requesting that a ballot be mailed is always the Tuesday before an election. Completed ballots must be in the election office by 5:00 pm on the election day to be eligible for counting.
One-stop / no excuse voting is available prior to all elections for any registered voter who would like to vote early. To make your request in person, visit:
Beginning in 2019, North Carolina will require voters to show a photo identification (photo ID) when they present to vote in person.