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How To Vote In North Carolina 2020



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before you can vote in North Carolina

you've got to be registered if you're

not sure if you're registered already

you can check using the link in the

description but if you're not registered

yet or you've moved or changed your name

since the last time you voted you'll

need to fill out a registration form the

only way to register in North Carolina

is by mail which I know is annoying but

you can print off the form from online

using the link below and mail it in by

october 9th if you want to vote in

november if you miss the deadline don't

worry you can still register in person

at a one-stop early voting site just

bring your ID like a driver's license

state ID military ID or utility bill

bank statement or paycheck with your

name and address on it once you're

registered you get to vote anyone in

North Carolina can vote by mail

otherwise known as absentee for any

reason and it's one of the easiest ways

to vote all you have to do is download

the form in the link below fill it out

and mail it to your County Board of

Elections office there's a link to all

of their addresses in the description

you have until October 27th to request

an absentee ballot but the sooner you

apply the sooner you get your ballot and

the longer you have to look it over and

make your decisions then all you have to

do is mail email it back to your County

Board of Elections office so they get it

by November 3rd you can also vote early

in person otherwise known as one-stop

absentee voting from October 15th

through the 31st the hours and locations

vary by county there's a link in the

description where you just select your

county and it will tell you when and

where you can vote early and register if

you still need to but if you really want

that experience of voting in person on

November 3rd the polls are open from

6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. and there's a

link below that'll tell you where you

need to go to vote you won't need to

show ID unless your first time voting or

you're registering at a one-stop site so

if that's you just make sure you bring

one of the forms of ID I mentioned

earlier you can also go to your County's

Board of Elections website to look at a

sample ballot that tells you everything

you'll be able to vote for in your

County you don't have to vote for

everything on the ballot you're allowed

to leave things blank if you want to but

your local elections are really

important so it's worth checking out

what's on there ahead of time you can

even print it out and bring it to the

polls with you so you remember how you

want to vote one last thing if you're

gonna vote open up your notes app or

grab a pen and paper and make a plan

write down when and how you're gonna

register what time you're gonna vote how

you're gonna get there what ID you're

gonna use if you need one

even who you're gonna bring to the polls

with you having a plan is a great way to

make sure that nothing unexpected stops

you from voting on November 3rd all the

links you need to check your

registration and polling location are in

the description thanks for voting how do

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