One-Stop Early Voting in North Carolina begins today and ends Saturday, October 31. During this period, you can register and vote on the same day at any early voting site in your county.
To see early voting sites and schedules, you can simply fill in your county here, and once you click on the individual voting site, hours and dates will appear. You can find a sample ballot for the 2020 General Election and check your voter registration status by entering your information into the Voter Search tool. For more information about registering to vote during early voting from the North Carolina State Board of Elections, click here.
Now is a great time to take a look at NC Family’s 2020 General Election Voter Guide at NCFamilyVoter.com!
Our non-partisan Voter Guide surveys all candidates running for U.S. Senate, U.S. House, Governor & Council of State, N.C. Supreme Court & Court of Appeals, and N.C. Senate & N.C. House on vital issues to our state, including sanctify of life, religious liberty, school choice, and much more. On our Voter Guide website, you can generate and download your own personalized Voter Guide with your specific congressional and state legislative district.
It’s still not too late to order printed Voter Guides in bulk for distribution at your church, community, or civic group. Bulk orders come in bundles of 100, so be sure to order printed Voter Guides in hundreds.
Voting is one of the primary ways that we not only make our voices and values heard, but ultimately it is a way that we fulfill the call to be salt and light in the culture. As David Closson of FRC said in an NC Family interview, “We should care because we believe the gospel has implications for all areas of life. And that includes politics.”