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The State Board of Elections has approved 21 additional student and government ID cards for voting in North Carolina’s 2024 elections.

The deadline to apply to have your student and employee photo IDs approved for voting purposes in 2024 elections is Dec. 15.

Tips for voters in 465 municipalities across 86 counties who will go to the polls to cast ballots on Tuesday, November 7.

The State Board of Elections will soon open another application period for eligible educational institutions and government agencies.

The following are prepared remarks of Karen Brinson Bell, executive director of the NC State Board of Elections, at a virtual press availability at 9 a.m.

In-person early voting for the November 2023 municipal elections begins Thurs, Oct. 19, and ends Sat, Nov. 4 for voters in about 385 NC municipalities.

The Board of Elections offers the following tips for voters who go to the polls on Election Day, Tuesday, September 12, for elections in Charlotte and Sanford.

The in-person early voting period for September 2023 municipal elections in Charlotte and Sanford begins Thursday, August 24, and ends Saturday, September 9.

The State Board of Elections on Sunday voted to recognize the No Labels Party as an official political party in North Carolina.

Registered North Carolina voters who do not have an acceptable photo ID for voting can now go to their county board of elections to get one for free.