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Voter Service

Who is on the ballot in the next election? How to register to vote? ...and more

Preparing to Vote

6 Ways to Make Voting a Breeze

Complete information on all aspects of elections is on line at the North Carolina State Board of Elections.

Information on judicial candidates and six proposed amendments to the NC constitution provided by the State Board of Elections and Ethics Enforcement.

LWVNC Positions on 2018 Amendments to the state constitution on the ballot Nov 6

See the LWVPT on line calendar for important time and date information for voting in 2018.

To find out where the LWVPT will be registering voters or to request the opportunity to register to vote at your organization, contact the voter registration chair at +

Voter guides:
Online you may read Candidate Surveys, based on questions asked by the LWVPT and published online by the News and Record

Email addresses and phone numbers for select General Assembly members.


Senator Phil Berger +, (919) 733-5708

Senator Gladys Robinson +, (919) 715-3042

Senator Trudy Wade +, (919) 733-5856

Representative John M. Blust +, (919-733-5781

Representative Cecil Brockman +, (919) 733- 5825

Representative John Faircloth +, (919) 733-5877

Representative Jon Hardister +, (919) 733-5191

Representative Pricey Harrison +, (919) 733-5771

Representative Amos Quick +, (919) 733-5902

Election Integrity

Voter Information

Do you need voter ID? Click on your state and find out what you need to vote. Erin E. McKee and Philip Bost researched and prepared this map and we thank them.

Your Vote Counts

Find information about the next election from the State Board of Elections. Find the facts about voting in your state at Before an election, find your polling place.

For questions about voting at any time in the year, call Democracy NC's hotline at 888-OUR-VOTE (888-687-8683).

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