Early voting for the March 3 primary election began last week, and runs until Saturday, February 29. If you have not registered to vote, you can still do so at any One-Stop Early Voting site when you go to vote. Same day registration and voting will not be allowed on Election Day, Tuesday March 3.
While we do not produce a comprehensive voter guide for the primary elections, NC Family has created a helpful resource for you that includes information on all candidates running in contested primaries for Congress, Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Counsel of State, and State Senate and House. This resource includes links to candidate websites as well as party affiliation.
Click here to access this 2020 NC Primary Candidate Resource Guide.
You can also find additional information on the candidates at the North Carolina Republican and Democratic Party websites.
If you are unsure in which districts you live in North Carolina, and/or if you would like to obtain a copy of your Sample Ballot before going to the polls, visit the Voter Search page on the State Board of Elections website.
After the primary election, NC Family will begin putting together our highly sought after, nonpartisan Voter Guide by sending questionnaires to the candidates who advance to the General Election on November 3, 2020.