The voter registration deadline for the 2022 statewide primary is April 22, 2022.
Find out how to register.
By order of the North Carolina Supreme Court, filing for all offices for the 2022 Primary Election is suspended and we do not yet know the date it will resume. The March 8, 2022, Primary Election has been moved to May 17, 2022. For candidates whose filing has already been accepted by the board, that candidate “will be deemed to have been filed for the same office” in the May primary, subject to their ability to withdraw in the new filing period (once that period is established), and subject to any court rulings that would impact that candidate’s eligibility. (Confirmed with Alamance BOE 12/13/2021.)More information can be found in this news article.
2022 Election Dates
Registration Deadline for Primary Day: April 22, 2022
Absentee Ballot Request Deadline: May 10, 2022
Early Voting: April 28-May 14, 2022
Primary Day: May 17, 2022
Races on our ballots will include:
- The U.S. Senate
- House of Representatives.
- County Commissioner (2 seats)
- Alamance County Sheriff (Johnson-R)
- Board of Education (3 seats)
- NC Senate District 24 (Galey—R)
- NC House 63 (Hurtado—D)
- NC House 64 (Riddell—R)
- Clerk of Superior Court
- District Court Judge 15A (Brad Allen)
- District Attorney (Boone—R)
- The N.C. Supreme Court
- Court of Appeals.
Are you Registered to Vote?
Check Your Status: North Carolina Voter Search
Paper Registration Form: Mail to 115 S Maple St. Graham, NC 27253
Who Can Vote in the Primary?
Registered voters across the state can vote in the primary. However, voters affiliated with any political party will be given a ballot of candidates for their party. Unaffiliated voters can choose the ballot of candidates for any party: Democratic, Libertarian, or Republican.