Register to Vote in North Carolina
One of the most precious rights we hold is that of choosing those who will represent us in government, this is how we as North Carolinians can express our voice on the issues we believe are important to our state and the nation. Though it is true that North Carolina does restrict our right to vote by denying access to the ballot to minor political parties and independent candidates based on large legal hurdles, we can still use our vote to elect those friendly to our individual causes in the hope for a better more free tomorrow. Therefore, we encourage every citizen of North Carolina to register to vote. Below you can learn how to register to vote, download registration forms and contact us if you need assistance.
Remember that to be a Full or Associate Member of the Party you also must be registered to vote in the State of North Carolina. So being a registered voter is just that much more important!
Qualifications to register to vote in North Carolina:
– I am a U.S. citizen.
– I will have been a resident of North Carolina and this county for 30 days before the election.
– I will be at least 18 years old by the next general election.
– I am not registered nor will I vote in any other county or state.
– If I have been convicted of a felony, my rights of citizenship have been restored.
Download a NC Voter Registration Form
Where to Take Your Registration Form
After you download and completely fill out the the NC Voter Registration Form, the form needs to be taken to or mailed directly to the County Board of Elections in the county in which you reside. You can obtain the mailing and physical address of your County Board of Elections by visiting the NC State Board of Elections website My Election Board page.
If you run into any trouble while filling out your NC Voter Registration Form or simply need help, feel free to contact the Party’s Ballot Access Committee at firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance.