Boards of Elections
N.C. State Board of Elections (NCSBE) is the state agency charged with overall responsibility for the administration of the elections process and campaign finance disclosure in North Carolina. The State Board itself is composed of five members, appointed by the Governor.
Resources for Reporting
As you cover, publish, and broadcast stories during the election season, we’ve prepared this primer for you. As you will see, it includes useful information for voters, as well as information about election laws and procedures that you may need as this election unfolds. Many of the voter questions we receive most often are answered here. As always, we greatly appreciate your help in getting accurate information to voters.
- Three voting options in N.C.
- Voting equipment
- Voter tools
- Voter tips
- Absentee FAQs
- Absentee ballots
- Curing absentee ballots
- Learn about online absentee ballot tools
- Accessible voting
- COVID-19 safeguards at voting locations
- Election security
- ID not required
- Voters’ use of electronics/phones at voting locations
(Coming soon.) View our Post Election Process press release for more information, including:
- County and state canvass processes
- Post-Election Audits
- Election Protests