Early Voting Has Arrived!

Early Voting is Here!

Thursday, October 20 is the first day of early voting in North Carolina! Are you ready to vote to protect abortion access, reproductive rights, and democracy in North Carolina?

Early voting sites are open Monday-Friday, and many early voting locations are also open on weekends. You can vote at any polling location in the county where you’re registered to vote


You can find the one-stop voting sites in your county here: ​​https://vt.ncsbe.gov/ossite/

Voting early and in-person means you leave nothing to chance! If you find you have a problem with your registration, you can get it corrected during early voting then vote that same day. If you aren’t registered, you can also register and vote on the same day during early voting. Advocates worked tirelessly to ensure we have these voter-friendly options available, so check your registration, find a polling place in your county, go vote, and take 5 or 10 friends with you! 

Have you printed out your sample ballot yet? You can look up your registration and find a copy of your sample ballot here:  https://vt.ncsbe.gov/RegLkup/

Many North Carolinians have long ballots this year, and every race is important, so be sure to check the back of your ballot. You can even turn your ballot over and complete it from the end to the beginning to ensure you vote the whole ballot! 

Did you know North Carolina has two state Supreme Court races this election? Our state Supreme Court will hear cases involving abortion access, LGBTQ+ rights, voting rights, and more. Who is on the bench matters, and in North Carolina, we have a direct say in who those justices are. Make sure you vote for judges and justices who believe in fairness and equity for all North Carolinians. You can find interviews with NC Supreme Court candidates at here and here.

For more resources on voting, including our endorsed candidates, click here.

See you at the polls!

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