Help Wes make a difference
You can register to vote during the early "1-stop" voting period. This process is also called “Same-Day Registration" because you can register and vote at the same time.
Early voting for the November 6th Election will begin October 17th until the Saturday before Election Day.
Same-day registrants must attest to their eligibility showing the voter’s current name and current address:
North Carolina driver’s license
Other photo identification issued by a government agency
A copy of a current utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck, or other government document showing the voter’s name and address
A current college/university photo identification card
Any government-issued photo identification card is acceptable, so long as the card bears the registrant’s current name and current address. Such cards may be expired, but the name and address must be current.
A student residing in a campus housing facility may prove his residency by presenting, in either hardcopy or electronic format, any document originating with the educational institution and containing the student’s name and on-campus housing address or facility name (e.g., “Jones Hall”)
For locations and days of the early voting in your county, please contact your local Board of Elections office.
CHECK YOUR VOTER STATUS
AM I REGISTERED TO VOTE?
Visit the North Carolina State Board of Elections site NC Public Voter LookUp and type in your information to see if you're registered, or registered correctly.
This site will also tell your your precinct, your voting districts for the NC general assembly AND US House District.
I am running in the 45th NC Senate District, which covers the Northwest corner of NC: Alleghany, Ashe, Surry Watauga and Wilkes county.