GREENSBORO - In 2008, more than two million registered North Carolina voters did not vote in the General Election, and between now and election day, News 2 will be campaigning for all our viewers to go out and vote.
The deadline to register to vote in the General Election is October 12, but even if you miss that deadline, you can still vote.
North Carolina has one stop voting that allows you to register and vote on the same day during early voting. From Oct. 18 until Nov. 3 , voters can participate in one stop voting if they are not registered.
North Carolina is a swing state in this years' Presidential election, which should give voters extra incentive to exercise their right to vote.
Where To Register
Voter registration applications are available at county boards of elections' offices, public libraries, high schools and college admissions offices. Voter registration services are offered at the following agencies:
- North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV): A person may complete a voter registration transaction at any driver's license examination office when conducting official DMV business with that office (applying for or renewing a driver's license, I.D. card, etc.).
- Public Assistance Agencies
- Departments of Social Services (DSS)
- Departments of Public Health (WIC)
- Disability Services Agencies
- Vocational Rehabilitation offices
- Departments of Services for the Blind
- Departments of Services for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing
- Departments of Mental Health Services
- Employment Security Commission (ESC)
Voter Registration Forms
WFMY News 2/North Carolina State Board Of Elections
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