1) You do not need a photo ID to vote in the March 3 election (including early voting).
2) Early Voting Locations and Schedule: You may register to vote and vote on the same day AT EARLY VOTING.
3) Print your sample ballot and look up where you vote here. (NC Board of Elections website)
4) If you run into any trouble voting, call 888-our-vote where lawyers are standing by to help. (Democracy NC, a nonpartisan group*).
5) If you get confused or conflicting info about voting, go to ncvoter.org for nonpartisan information. (Democracy NC*)
That you vote is public, how you vote is private.
If you do not vote, you do not count in the political process.
- submitted by the Environmental Voter Project of CUCC's Justice in a Changing Climate Task Force
Contact Gary Smith with questions (email@example.com)
*CUCC supports Democracy NC through the budget allocation for our Do Justice ministry