North Carolina Primary Election Guide
The North Carolina Democratic Presidential Primary Election is March 3.
North Carolina has not voted for a Democrat for president since 2008; in order to remove Trump from the White House, voters in the Tar Heel State must show up in 2020 and send 15 electoral votes to the Democratic presidential nominee.
The deadline to register to vote for the primary is February 7. You can register at your elections office or by mail. One-stop early voting sites also offer same-day registration from February 13 to February 29. Click here to learn more about registering to vote.
All registered North Carolina voters may cast an absentee ballot with no excuse necessary. Click here for information on absentee voting. Voters may also register and cast their ballot in-person at ANY polling place in your county from February 13 to February 29. For more information about in-person early voting, click here.
Voters in North Carolina will not need to show photo I.D. in order to cast a ballot in the primary election.
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