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Are you registered to vote at your current address?

Are you registered to vote?

Registering takes less than five minutes and you can do it online!

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Is your ID valid for voting?

You'll need a photo ID to vote, but you can get a free voting ID if you need one.

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Where do you vote?

Use this tool to find your  polling place. Early voting locations will be different.

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Know who's on your ballot?

Plug in your address and see all the Democrats running to represent you.

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  • The North Carolina General Assembly passed a law requiring that every voter provide an ID when voting in-person or via mail. For some voters, finding a current photo ID like a driver license can prove challenging.

    If you are an eligible voter, the Cabarrus County Board of Elections can provide you a voting ID for free.

    Do not accept being turned away at the polls. If you forget your ID, you can still vote. You'll need to bring a valid ID to the Cabarrus County Board of Election before vote counts are finalized at what's called the "vote canvass" that happens after Election Day.

    If you have a special circumstance preventing you from having or using a valid photo ID, you can still vote. You'll be given a form asking for your reasons. If it's approved, your vote will count.

  • In North Carolina, you can vote by mail for any reason—no excuses required. You can request an absentee ballot and track its status online.

    You will need two witnesses to sign your mail-in ballot, or a notary's stamp. You will still need to provide valid photo ID to vote by mail, with the same exceptions available to those voting in-person.

    If you have a special circumstance preventing you from having or using a valid photo ID, you can still vote. You'll be given a form asking for your reasons. If it's approved, your vote will count.

    Request a mail-in ballot!
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Voter Resources

Election law is complicated. Here's some help.

If you still have questions, or are concerned that your vote will not be counted for any reason, don't take it from us. Contact the Cabarrus County Board of Elections.

Call the Board of Elections
Email NCDP Voter Protection

Voter Resources

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