As of July 27, 2022, any voter not currently incarcerated for a felony is eligible to register to vote!
Were you convicted of a felony & want to register to vote after having your voting rights restored? Here’s how:
- Head over to ncdp.org/online-vr
- Get your NC Driver’s license or state-issued ID
- Register so that your voice is heard this fall
Don’t have a license or ID? No worries! You can send your registration through the mail. Visit ncdp.org/register-to-vote to download the registration form and look up your County Board of Elections office to mail it. ✉️
GET READY TO VOTE IN THE NEXT ELECTION!
Make your plan with the North Carolina Democratic Party right here:
1st up — Enter your information to check your voter registration and ensure you’re registered at the correct address.
2nd — Find out when your county’s general election is scheduled
Most county’s general election will be held on November 8, 2022 but some counties will be held on July 26, 2022.
The following are the contests to be decided on July 26:
- Six municipalities – Charlotte, Fayetteville, Greensboro, Hickory, Mooresville, and Sanford – will hold local general elections for mayor and/or city or town council.
- Other municipalities and boards of education will hold runoff elections for certain offices. They are: Cary, New Bern, Rocky Mount, Statesville, the Franklin County Board of Education, and the Jackson County Board of Education.
- Second primaries will be held for the Republican nomination for sheriff in Graham County and the Democratic nomination for sheriff in Wake County.