In any election, if any voter is able to travel to the voting place, but because of age or physical disability and physical barriers encountered at the voting place is unable to enter the voting enclosure to vote in person without physical assistance, that voter will be allowed to vote in the vehicle conveying that voter.
Curbside voting is available at all North Carolina voting sites during the one-stop absentee voting period and on election day. Voting sites will have signage indicating curbside voting and will also have a curbside alert system. An election official will come to the vehicle to obtain the voter’s name and address. Before a ballot is issued to a curbside voter, the voter must swear an oath affirming his or her qualification to use curbside voting.
Voting Hours and Locations
On election day, the hours for voting are from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Any voter in line as of 7:30 p.m. will be permitted to vote.
On election day, voters should present to vote at the voting site for their precinct in order to receive their proper ballot. A voter’s precinct is based on the address where the voter was living 30 or more days prior to election day.
If a voter’s registration is current, a voter may check their voter registration card or view our Voter Lookup tool to find their election day polling location. If a voter’s voter registration information is not up to date, use our Polling Place Lookup tool to find the voting site for the address where you lived 30 or more days before election day.
If a voter does not present to vote at his or her proper voting site for any reason, the voter will be allowed to vote at the location by casting a provisional ballot. Provisional ballots are researched after election day to determine the voter’s qualifications to vote and eligibility to vote the provisional ballot they were issued.