2020 Elections: Your Vote DOES Count!

Our elected officials make decisions about our healthcare, taxes, judges, schools and much more! Remember to vote the whole ballot. The local offices will be toward the end of the ballot.

When do we vote?

General Election Day: November 3, 2020

Here is a link to the Democratic Candidate Slate

Vote for President, US House of Representatives, US Senate, NC Governor, NC State and local elections.

Who can Vote?

  • NC Citizens who will be 18 by the November 3, 2020 General election.
  • Citizens who have completed the terms of a felony sentence, including any restitution, probation or parole.
  • You must be a NC resident for at least 30 days as of the Election Day.
  • 16 and 17 year-old NC citizens may pre-register to vote in the next election that occurs after they turn 18.
  • Check your Voter registration HERE

Registering to vote

How to Register Deadline for Regular voter registration is Friday October 9, 2020

Voter Registration Form(English)


Special Options for Military & Overseas Voting

Check with the Federal Voting Assistance Program here: FVAP

There are 3 Ways to Vote!

1. On Election Day in person.

You must vote in your assigned polling place. Find your assigned polling place/precinct here: NCVotersearch

2. Early Voting in person


-Alamance County Office Annex Building, 201 West Elm St., Graham

-Mebane Arts Center, 622 Corregidor St., Mebane

-Holly Hill Mall, 309 Huffman Mill Rd., Burlington

Dates & Times:

Early voting begins October 15 and runs trhough October 31, 2020

Vote at early voting sites more info here

3. Absentee by Mail

Complete an absentee ballot and mail it to the Alamance County Board of Elections BEFORE election Day.

  1. Complete the State Absentee Ballot Request Form here.
  2. Return request form to Alamance County Board of Elections no later than 5pm on the Tuesday before the election.
  3. You will recieve your absentee ballot in the mail.
  4. Complete the absentee ballot and other required paperwork.
  5. Ballot must be postmarked no later than Election Day.

For more information contact Alamance County Board of Elections (336) 570 6755 or contact ACBoE

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