One-stop early voting is underway in North Carolina’s primaries. Find where and when to vote early in your county. Primary election day is Tuesday, May 17, when voting takes place at all regular precinct polling locations.
Early in-person voting is known as “one-stop” or “same-day registration” because citizens can register, update their address, change their party affiliation, or make other changes to their voter registration — and then cast their ballots on the spot — all in one stop. This opportunity expires for the primary at 3 p.m. on Saturday, May 14. Find out more about same-day registration.
May 10 is the deadline to request a mail ballot here.
Before you vote, find out who is on your ballot and who we and our affiliated organizations have endorsed. The League of Conservation Voters Action Fund makes endorsements in federal races, and has touted two in North Carolina before the primary: Cheri Beasley for U.S. Senate, Valerie Foushee in the 4th Congressional District, and Jeff Jackson in the new 14th Congressional District.
On the state level, our Conservation PAC endorses in state legislative and some statewide contests. So far, CPAC has endorsed nine state House and Senate candidates.
Make a plan to vote in the primary, and vote with the environment in mind!