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Am I eligible to vote? 

How do I register? 

Where can I register? 


Glad you asked! 


Scroll down, and you’ll find answers to these questions. If you’ve got more; just ask––we’d love to hear from you! Check back for updates, as voter registration laws do change. 

Frequently Asked Questions


How do I register to vote?  


In North Carolina, there are two ways to register to vote: 

  1. Visiting the North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles (NCDMV). Existing DMV customers may submit a voter registration application online. You may also visit the DMV in person. 

  2. Registering by mail. Download this form (in English) or this one (in Spanish). Fill it out (in ink). Mail it to the designated address on the last page of the form. It must be postmarked by the voter registration deadline. 


Do I need a photo ID to vote? 


Nope! A 2018 voter ID law was struck down in 2021. Many states have them, but not North Carolina. All you need to do is show up.  


Am I eligible to vote? 


  • You must be a US citizen. 

  • You must be 18 by the date of the election. 

  • You must not be in jail serving a felony conviction (with a few exceptions). If you are serving a felony conviction but are not behind bars, you are eligible to vote. 

  • You must live in the county where you are registering, and you must have lived for at least 30 days before the election. 



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