Vote in Honor of a Vet
North Carolina successfully launched this program in time for the 2008 General Election, with over 2,000 Veterans honored. The Vote in Honor of a Veteran Program provides North Carolina citizens an opportunity to pay tribute to those that have served, and continue to serve, this country to protect our freedom. You can honor a Veteran on any Election Day by requesting a pin.
Requesting a Pin
This pin is a way for you to show your pride in a certain Veteran or active duty service member on Election Day. These pins are provided to you free of charge by the North Carolina State Board of Elections. Each pin will can be personalized with the name of the Veteran that you wish to honor. You can request a personalized pin by completing a request form, then mailing the form to the address provided on the form.
Pin requests received after October 7, 2016 may not arrive before the General Election.
Click here to download the pin request form.
Click here to email a request for a personalized pin. The email should contain Honor a Veteran in the subject line and include the completed request form, or simply provide your mailing address and the Veteran's name you are honoring.