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North Carolina residents may use the form, found here, to register to vote or update their name, address or party affiliation. After completion, please mail the signed form to the proper county board of elections office. Click here to find the mailing address of your County Board of Elections office.
To register, a person who meets the voting qualifications must sign and complete a voter registration application, found here.
This form is intended to provide notification of a voter’s request to cancel his or her voter registration. Upon submission of this form, the appropriate county board of elections will remove the voter from the county’s list of registered voters. Requested information will only be used to ensure that we are removing the correct voter.
The North Carolina Voter Registration Application, found here, may be used to change any voting information, including: name, address and party affiliation.
Some citizens, such as people serving in the military who are away from their permanent home on Election Day, their families, or U.S. citizens who are living abroad, have special voting rights and ways to register to vote. These people have the choice of either requesting a mail-in absentee ballot the same way as other registered voters, or they can apply to register and/or vote through special programs for military and overseas voters as described here.
This form is intended to provide notification of the death of a North Carolina registered voter to a county board of elections. Upon confirmation of the voter, the county board of elections will remove the voter from the county’s list of registered voters. This form may only be completed by a near relative or personal representative of the deceased voter’s estate.
The requirement to show a photo ID for voting and other associated laws has been struck down by a Federal court. Photo ID is not required to vote. Learn more here.
The voter lookup tool, located here, will allow you to check your voter registration information, see a sample ballot, or check the status of your absentee by mail ballot.
Find the answers to your voter registration questions here.

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Voter Registration Forms

North Carolina residents may use the form below to register to vote or update their name, address or party affiliation. After completion, please mail the signed form to the proper county board of elections office. Click here to find the mailing address of your County Board of Elections office.

The forms below should not be used for voter registration drives. Instead, download the Voter Registration Drive Supplies Request Form if you plan to conduct a voter registration drive.

To register to vote or update your current voter registration:

1. COMPLETE a voter registration form. (NC English Form) 2. PRINT the form. 3. SIGN the form (ink to paper). Electronic signatures are not acceptable. 4. MAIL the form to your county board of elections.

Si usted es residente de Carolina del Norte, utilice este formulario. El procesamiento de su solicitud será facilitada si envía el formulario a la Junta Electoral de su condado de residencia. Para encontrar la dirección de su Junta Electoral del Condado haga clik en el enlace County Offices arriba.

1. COMPLETE una Solicitud de Inscripción para Votar en Carolina del Norte. (NC Spanish Form) 2. IMPRIMA la solicitud. 3. FIRME la solicitud (tinta al papel). Las firmas electrónicas no son aceptables. 4. ENVÍE la solicitud a la junta electoral de su condado.

The National Mail Voter Registration Form (Formulario Nacional de Inscripción de Votantes) can be used to register to vote, report a change of name, report a change of address or register with a political party. The national form also contains voter registration rules and regulations for each state and territory

 

Federal Post Card Application is for US Citizens covered by UOCAVA (Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act).

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Updated 3/10/15