Early voting for a dozen municipalities across the state kicks off
Early voting kicked off last Thursday for the July 26 municipal elections in over a dozen municipalities or counties across North Carolina. From today until 3 p.m. on Saturday, July 23, registered voters can cast their ballots at any early voting site in their county.
Voters in Charlotte, Fayetteville, Greensboro, Hickory, Mooresville and Sanford will have a chance to elect mayors and city council members. In addition, Cary, New Bern, Rocky Mount and Statesville are holding runoff elections, while school boards in Franklin and Jackson counties are on the ballot.
Wake County and Graham County are also holding second primary elections.
- Voters can visit the Local Voter Tool for a list of 2022 local elections and dates.
- To find an early voting site and hours in your county, use the One-Stop Early Voting Sites search tool at ncsbe.gov.
During the early voting period, eligible individuals can register and vote on the same day. If you need to register, make sure you show up with either a photo ID OR a utility bill, bank statement or paycheck with your name and current address on it.
- For more information, visit Register in Person During Early Voting.
If you are unable to vote early, you can go vote in-person on Election Day, July 26, at your precinct. For more information about early voting, please visit the NC State Board of Elections’ Vote Early in Person site.