Monday, 25 February 2019 02:53

North Carolina

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In 2019 North Carolina will have two special elections: NC03 and NC09. North Carolina NC03 will have a special election to replace Rep. Walter Jones who died in office. North Carolina NC09 will have a new election for because of election fraud committed by the 2018 Republican candidate's team.

Online Registration
Online voter registration is not available to North Carolina residents

Voter Registration
Voters may download the voter registration form from or they can register in person at their county registrar. Voters that need to register may register and vote during the early voting period from August 21st through September 6th at your county's early voting location. Early voting schedules vary from county to county so be sure to check with your county Board of Elections to find early voting hours.

Absentee Voting by Mail
Any North Carolina registered voter may request an absentee ballot by mail. 

To receive a mail-in absentee ballot for an election, a voter or the voter's near-relative* or legal guardian must use the State Absentee Ballot Request form to request the ballot. Request forms are available at the State Board of Elections office, on the State Board of Elections website, and at county boards of election offices. The form can be reproduced.

*A "near-relative" means a spouse, brother, sister, parent, grandparent, child, grandchild, mother-in-law, father-in-law, daughter-in-law, son-in-law, stepparent, or stepchild.

A signed and completed State Absentee Ballot Request Form must be received by your county board of elections no later than 5:00 p.m. on the last Tuesday prior to the date of the election for which the ballot is being requested.

A signed and completed request form may be mailed, faxed, e-mailed or delivered in person to the county board of elections office.

Note: A request form must be received for each election that a voter desires to vote a by-mail absentee ballot.

Special Congressional Election Dates NC03 and NC09
General Election is September 10th

Election Day Polling Places
Your election day polling place and the ballot you are eligible to vote are based on the address where you have resided for thirty days before the date of the election.

Early Voting NC03 and NC09

August 21st through September 6th; look up early voting locations at

North Carolina Stats (Black, Hispanic, Asian and Native American Voters)
  507,959 Unregistered 
  209,968 Inactive 
1,436,416 Active 

Counties in the 9th Congressional District
Anson, Bladen, Columbus, Cumberland, Hoke, Mecklenburg, Richmond, Robeson, Sampson, Scotland, Union

All phonebanks are now turnout only.


The United States Representative for North Carolina’s Third District, Congressman Walter B. Jones, passed away on February 10, 2019.

Six Democratic candidates, seventeen Republican candidates, one Constitution Party candidate, and two Libertarian candidates filed to seek their respective parties’ nominations to appear on the general ballot for U.S. House Seat 3. (See this link to view the candidate list)

Beaufort, Camden, Carteret, Chowan, Craven, Currituck, Dare, Duplin, Greene, Hyde, Jones, Lenoir, Onslow, Pamlico, Pasqutank, Pender, Perquimans, Pitt, Tyrell, Washington Wayne, Wilson


Pitt County - GOTV

Onslow County - GOTV

Lenoir County - GOTV

Pamlico County - GOTV

Pasquotank County - GOTV

Craven County - GOTV

Beaufort County - GOTV

Carteret County - GOTV

Chowan County - GOTV

Greene County - GOTV

Jones County - GOTV


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