One Stop Absentee Voting and Same Day Registration ends tomorrow at 1:00 pm

Our One Stop Absentee Voting and Same Day Registration Period ends tomorrow at 1:00 PM. The Beaufort County Board of Elections will be open today until 5:00 pm and will operate tomorrow (Saturday, May 5th) from 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM. Voters who do not vote during our One Stop period will be able to cast ballots at their PRECINCT on Tuesday, May 8th from 6:30 AM to 7:30 PM.

For more information on One Stop Absentee Voting or Same Day Registration, click HERE.

Let us know what you think! Let us know what you need!

The Beaufort County Board of Elections is excited to offer the citizens of Beaufort County a new way to visit our office and provide information to voters. Our goal is to make our website user friendly and provide the information that voters need and want. Please take a moment to let us know what you think and suggest additions to the information that we offer on our website.

Click HERE to send us a suggestion or comment.


Beaufort County Campaign Finance Reports now available Online

Campaign Finance Reports for Beaufort County Candidates are now being posted online. Reports are posted on a daily basis. Priority has been given to uploading reports for Candidates who are filing over the $1,000 threshold.  All reports should be available within 48 hours.

To go directly to 2012's reports, click HERE.



Official Explanation of the "Defense of Marriage" Amendment on the May 8th, 2012 Ballot


The Constitutional Amendments Publication Commission has approved language for an official explanation of the proposed amendment that can be provided to voters to assist them in understanding the amendment. The Commission has only three members including Secretary of State Marshall, North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper and the General Assembly’s Legislative Services Officer George Hall. Concerns about the official explanation should be directed to the Commission and not to the State Board of Elections or a county board of elections.

Click on the following link to view the explanation: