Early voting (also known as “one-stop” or in-person absentee voting) is available October 17, 2018 to November 3, 2018 for the general election. One of the benefits of voting early is that you can vote at any of the 19 Mecklenburg county polling sites Monday-Friday 7am-7pm (variable hours each weekend). Return here regularly for updates!
When you vote early, you can update your name or address while there, and can even register to vote on site! If you’re eligible to register to vote, but miss the regular registration deadline, be sure to provide proof of residence! You can still register to vote during in-person early voting as long as you do so in the county of residence during the in-person early voting period, which runs from October 17th through November 3rd.
Step 1 If you’re already registered to vote, get your sample ballot (and print if possible)- https://vt.ncsbe.gov/RegLkup/
Step 2 Do research on the candidates running for office, amendments, bonds in your district. The names and descriptions of some amendments and bonds may be misleading and not take into account unintended consequences. qcitymetro.com
Step 3 Know the individuals that you would like to vote for by name.
Step 4 Identify the early voting polling place for the day and time most convenient to you (see below).
Step 5 Visit your preferred polling place and vote!
If you’d like to see hours during the weekend, or if you live in another county in North Carolina, you can find the hours for your polling place: https://vt.ncsbe.gov/ossite/