Voting is always worth the wait, but why wait. Early voting in Charlotte, North Carolina’s Mayoral Primary and other local elections across the state that impact your day to day begins August 24th and ends September 9th.
Visit North Carolina State Board of Elections for times and locations near you to take advantage of One-Stop ‘Early Voting’.
Key Deadline Dates:
- Tuesday, September 5th-Last day to request a ‘Absentee Ballot/Vote By Mail’ form
- Saturday, September 9th-Last day to ‘Vote Early’
- Tuesday, September 12th-Last day to return ‘Absentee Ballot/Vote By Mail’ form (5pm cut-off)
Click Here to confirm your voter registration status on North Carolina State Board of Elections voter portal.
Not Registered-No Worries: Same Day Registration allows North Carolina Voters to ‘Register and Vote’ same day during ‘Early Voting’ period.
North Carolina State Board of Elections | Same Day Registration Process
Persons who are not registered in a county may register at one-stop sites (early voting sites) during the early voting period. Upon completion of registration, the newly-registered voter can immediately vote at that same one-stop site.
Click Here to view North Carolina State Board of Elections list of 2017 Elections across the state, with search by county.
View ExpressYourselfBlog’s Voter Resource Guide for upcoming elections taking place in your state.
The 2017 Charlotte Mayoral election is set to take place on Tuesday, November 7, 2017, with primary elections scheduled for Tuesday, September 12, 2017, and second-round primaries for Tuesday, October 10, 2017 if necessary.
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