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Voting in North Carolina Elections

In order to vote in North Carolina you must be registered - here's how!

Are you registered to vote in North Carolina? Do you want to change your party, your address, your name?

Go to NC State Board of Elections - http://www.ncsbe.gov/. Click on Voter Registration and follow the links.

If you think you are already registered to vote in North Carolina, you can check your registration status and update your registration if necessary to change your party affiliation, your address, and/or your name.

The local Boards of Election also handle voter registration services. Visit their websites as follows:

Brunswick County http://www.brunswickcountync.gov/elections/

New Hanover County http://www.nhcvote.com/

Pender County http://www.pendercountync.gov/Government/Departments/BoardofElections.aspx

About Voter Registration Drives

Many groups conduct voter registration drives locally, including political parties and single-issue groups who are interested in gathering support for a particular candidate or position. If you have any questions about a particular voter registration event, you should contact the local Board of Elections and determine whether it is aware of the registration activity.

The League of Women Voters, a nonpartisan organization, also conducts voter registration activities at a variety of community locations and functions throughout our coverage area. We conduct these voter registration drives with the knowledge and assistance of the local Boards of Election and always promptly return all completed registration materials to the appropriate Board of Election.

For current information about voter registration drives conducted by the League of Women Voters of the Lower Cape Fear, click on Calendar from the menu to the left or contact our Voter Services Chair at the address on the Contact Us page.