Protect North Carolina’s Vote
In North Carolina there are races up and down the ballot that can turn this state from red to blue when enough people work to make it happen. This is a state where Democrats can pick up an important U.S. Senate seat that will help bring an end to the era of Mitch McConnell.
At this moment, North Carolina has less strict absentee voting rules than some other states because any registered voter can request to vote by mail, without the need to provide any excuses. These changes, brought about by the coronavirus, are a step in the right direction, but there are still more improvements that can be made. Join us and our partners to make sure that voting from home is made easy enough so that all voters will participate in the election and bring about the changes we are all seeking.
KEY VOTING INFORMATION:
|Election Date (In-Person):||November 3rd|
|Voter Registration Deadline:||October 9th, but a person who wants to register in a county may register at one-stop sites (early voting sites) during the early voting period (October 15th to October 31st). Upon completion of registration, the newly-registered voter can immediately vote at that same one-stop site.|
|Early Voting Starts:||October 15th|
|Early Voting Ends:||October 31st|
|Mail In Absentee Request Deadline:||October 27th|
|Mail in Absentee Return Deadline:||Postmarked no later than Election Day (November 3rd) and received no later than 3 days after Election Day (November 6th)|