• Second Primary

    07/15/2014 Election Results:

Updated as of:   09/13/2014
Republicans: 2,005,994
Democrats: 2,756,933
Libertarian: 24,730
Unaffiliated: 1,781,992

The State Board of Elections is the state agency charged with overall responsibility for administration of the elections process and campaign finance disclosure in North Carolina. Press inquiries should be directed to our public information officer, Josh Lawson, at 919-715-9194 or joshua.lawson@ncsbe.gov.

Recent law changes that affect future elections: North Carolina House Bill 589 (Session Law 2013-381) will affect election dates, voting, and campaign finance matters in future elections. However, with very limited exceptions, these law changes do not directly affect how voting is conducted for the 2013 municipal elections. The office of the State Board of Elections is currently compiling materials to inform the public about how the law changes will affect elections in 2014 and beyond. Information about voter ID requirements.

The State Board of Elections is responsible for the administrative Rules found in Chapter 8 of the North Carolina Administrative Code. Check here for information on current rule-making.

Notices for proposed Rules

Notice of public hearing on the above rule-making