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How to Vote in Raleigh, Durham and Chapel Hill

Vote in Raleigh, Vote in Durham, Vote in Chapel Hill

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Want to make your voice heard in the next elections? Here's everything you need to know about voting in Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill and around the Triangle.

Voting for national, state and county officials is determined by the county that you live in and determines your polling place. Below are resources on how to register, early one-stop voting and how to determine your polling place.

Register to Vote

Everything you need to know about how and where to get registered to vote in the state of North Carolina.

Early One-Stop Voting

Information and site listing for the One-Stop absentee voting program in North Carolina.  Includes specific voting site information for Wake County, Durham County and Oranage County.

Find Your Pollling Place

This is the website of the North Carolina State Board of Elections. If you know your address, you enter it in the website and it will give you your polling place. You can also use the site to see your sample ballot for the upcoming election.

Durham County Board of Elections

The Durham County Board of Elections site contains specific information on running for office and voting in Durham.

Orange County Board of Elections

The Orange County Board of Elections site contains specific information on running for office and voting in Orange County as well as information specific to Hillsborough and Chpael Hill.

Wake County Board of Elections

The Wake County Board of Elections site contains specific information on running for office and voting in Wake County as well as information specific to Raleigh, Cary, Fuquay-Varina, Holly Springs, Zebulon, Leesville, Wake Forrest and Wendell.

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