Find Your Early Voting Location
Early Voting for the GOP primary election begins on Thursday, April 19 and runs through Saturday, May 5. There are early voting locations all across the Fifth Congressional District. Visit the NC Board of Elections website for a complete list.
Request an absentee ballot
Any North Carolina registered voter may request an absentee ballot so that he or she can vote by mail. All primary election absentee ballot requests must be received by your county board of elections May 1. Your completed absentee ballot must be received by your county board of elections by primary Election Day, May 8. For more information visit the NC Board of Elections absentee by mail ballot site.
Register to Vote
If you are not registered to vote, you can begin the registration process online today.
Visit the NC Board of Elections voter registration site and follow the instructions for registering to vote.
Election Day Voting Sites
Primary Election Day is May 8. You can find your voting site by using the North Carolina Board of Elections polling place lookup tool here. You need to input your full address in order to properly loop up your polling place.
The North Carolina Board of Elections maintains a voter information page with helpful tools to help you navigate the voting process. At this web page you can check on the status of your voter registration, find information about your county board of elections, view a sample ballot, and more.