Missed the voter registration deadline for the 2012 General Election? If so, you may still vote if you do a "Same-day Registration" during the One-stop absentee voting period.

Missed the voter registration deadline for the 2012 General Election? If so, you may still vote if you do a "Same-day Registration" during the One-stop absentee voting period (October 18 - November 3, 2012). During One-stop, persons may register to vote and vote if they complete a voter registration application and show proof of residence in the county in which they reside. More information on "Same-day Registration" can be found by clicking  http://www.ncsbe.gov/content.aspx?id=135

To register and vote under this statutory provision, the person must:

One Stop Voting begins TODAY!

One-stop absentee voting (Early Voting) begins today (October 18, 2012) and will end on Saturday, November 3, 2012. One Stop Voting will be conducted at the following sites:

BEAUFORT COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS OFFICE
1308 HIGHLAND DR # 104
WASHINGTON, NC 27889

Thursday, October 18 - Friday, October 19    7:00 am to 7:00 pm
Monday, October 22 - Friday, October 26      7:00 am to 7:00 pm
Monday, October 29 - Friday, November 2    7:00 am to 7:00 pm
Saturday, November 3     8:00 am to 1:00 pm

AURORA - AURORA COMMUNITY CENTER
442 3RD ST
AURORA, NC 27806

Have a question about voting? Our Quick Guide can help.

I missed the registration deadline, can I still vote? What do I need to do to update your address? Do I need to show I.D. when I vote in North Carolina? What is same day registration? If you have a question, our Quick Guide on Voting might help.

Download the Guide below:

November 6th, 2012 State Voter Guide now available

Overview of the Guide

This Voter Guide is intended to give you vital information about voting in North Carolina and about candidate seeking election to the Supreme Court, Court of Appeals, and the offices of Auditor, Commissioner of insurance, and Superintendent of Public Instruction.

Who pays for this guide?

The cost of this guide is paid for by the Public Campaign Fund; it receives money from a voluntary $3 check off designation on the state tax form and from a $50 surcharge on the annual dues attorneys pay to the State Bar. This fund also helps judicial candidates who qualify for limited public campaign support. No state General Fund tax money pays for this guide.

 

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