Greensboro, NC - Thursday marks the first day of early voting in North Carolina, beginning the final countdown to Election Day.
Early voting runs from Oct. 18 through November 3rd with more than 350 early voting locations across the state.
In 2008, 60 percent of the vote in North Carolina came from early voting, and the Guilford County Board of Elections told News 2 they have increased the locations and hours for early voting this year, making it easier than ever to vote.
Even if you are not registered, you can still vote through one-stop voting.
For lots of resources on early voting in the Triad, READ: "What you need to To Know About Early Voting."
While registration for Election day has passed, during early voting and only during early voting, you can register at select polling locations and vote on the same day.
In addition to the voter registration form, you must also provide a proof of North Carolina residency.
For more information on early voting, visit your counties Board of Elections website.
WFMY News 2