Use VOTE411.org to find out who's on your ballot and review where the candidates stand on the issues that matter most to you. Then, set up your personalized voting guide that will include up-to-date information you need to cast your ballot, including your polling place, voting rules, and deadlines.
VOTE411.org allows you to compare candidates' answers, in their own words, so you can decide who will best represent your values and ideas if elected. Voting means you have an impact on these critical issues and the policies that will be implemented in the coming years.
Websites of Interest
The following Board of Elections' websites provide information about how to register, how to locate your polling place and polling place locations, and many other helpful pieces of information about voting in your county and NC.
In N.C., judicial candidates have another option: They can get "clean" campaign money from the NC Public Campaign Fund, if they accept strict fund raising limits. The fund also gives the public a useful Voter Guide about candidates for the NC Supreme Court and Court of Appeals.
WHAT CAN YOU DO? Find the question on your NC income tax form about the Public Campaign Fund. Then say YES to help protect our state courts and elections from wealthy special interests.
Saying YES does NOT change your tax bill or refund. It just sends $3 to the Fund from whatever taxes you pay.