Make Your Plan to VOTE!

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Absentee

  • NC Board of Election Absentee Voting information HERE
  • Apply for you Absentee Ballot NOW! FORM HERE
  • The Board of Elections will begin mailing out ballots September 4 you can vote as soon as you have your ballot.
  • After you request a ballot, please allow a week to 10 days for it to get to you. If you do not receive your ballot within that time, contact your county board of elections.
  • We recommend that all absentee ballots are completed and returned to the Board of Election as soon as possible.
  • There will be a tracking code on the envelopes provided with the ballots.
  • If you are going to use the USPS to mail your ballot back, we recommend that you mail it no later than Oct 15.
  • Your absentee ballot MUST be returned in the provided envelope.
  • Are you going to mail your completed ballot back or deliver it in person (close family members may bring your ballot for you) at the Alamance Board of Elections office at 115 South Maple St, Graham.
  • You can return completed ballots at all Early & One-Stop locations but you must wait in the line to do so.
  • There will not be any “drop-off boxes” in NC. Ballots MUST be postmarked by November 3

Early & One Stop

Make sure your first date is early in the Early Voting Period!

  • Pick a Date! EARLY & One STOP hours HERE
  • Alamance voters may cast a ballot at any early voting site in Alamance county
  • Be prepared to wait in line
  • Who are you going t o take with you? Turnout is EVERYTHING!
  • How will you get there?
  • Have a backup plan if the lines are too long .
  • You can return completed absentee ballots at all Early & One-Stop locations but you must wait in the line to do so.
  • If You requested an absentee ballot and decide to vote in person please bring your absentee ballot with you.
  • When you check in to vote at an early voting site, you may update your name or address within the same county, if necessary.  Please take care of this earlier.
  • To see the voting equipment your county uses for one-stop early voting, go to the Voting Equipment page, and see the map for “One-Stop Early Voting Equipment, by County.”
  • Complete information about Early & One Stop voting HERE
  • Voters are not required to show photo ID to vote in 2020 elections.

November 3 in Person:

  • On Election Day you must vote at your assigned polling place. Find your Election Day polling place through the Voter Search Tool or search using your address with the Polling Place Search.
  • Be prepared to wait in line
  • Who are you going t o take with you? Turnout is EVERYTHING!
  • How will you get there?
  • If You requested an absentee ballot and decide to vote in person PLEASE bring your absentee ballot with you.
  • Same-day registration is not available on Election Day.
  • Voters are not required to show photo ID to vote in 2020 elections.
  • If you present to vote and your name is not on the voter list, you may request a provisional ballot. About 10 days after an election, voters who cast a provisional ballot can check the status of their ballot with the Provisional Search Tool.

VERY IMPORTANT:

YOU MAY NOT DROP IT OFF At YOUR REGULAR POLLING PLACE ON NOVEMBER 3!

Absentee ballots MUST be returned to the Board of Elections office at 115 South Maple St, Graham if you are going to return it Nov 3.

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