On this page, you will find out how to update your address or make other changes to your voter registration online, or through the mail, or how to cancel the registration. For additional information, see the section on updating your voter registration at FAQ: Voter Registration.
Existing N.C. Division of Motor Vehicles (NCDMV) customers may update their voter registration residential or mailing address and party affiliation through the NCDMV’s online voter registration application. This service does not currently allow voters to change their names. Find more detail at Complete Your Registration Online Through the DMV.
The English N.C. Voter Registration Application (PDF) or the Spanish N.C. Voter Registration Application (PDF) may be used to change any voting information, including name, address, and party affiliation. The change notification must be signed and sent to the appropriate county board of elections by the voter registration deadline (25 days before each election).
Updates to name, address, and party affiliation must be signed, but can be provided by fax or email to your county board of elections. A wet ink (physical) signature is not required for voter registration updates. Find more detail at Complete Your Registration by Mail.