Here’s what you need to know for Election Day
Where to vote: You must vote at your assigned precinct between 6:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. If you don’t know where you should go to vote, you can look it up here.
If you have moved more than 30 days prior to the election and are still living in the same county, you will have a new polling location. If you did not report your move, you may be asked to vote on a provisional ballot.
Bring your voter ID: Before you head to the polls make sure you have an acceptable form of ID. An acceptable ID can range from a state driver’s license to a Tribal ID card. If you aren’t sure if your ID qualifies, you can check here.
Key races: Today voters will be picking who they want to represent their party in the November general election. The November election will determine everything from president to school board officials.
If you want to know more about the presidential candidates, visit our You Decide 2016 page for the latest information.
Want to take a look at the ballot before you head to polls? The North Carolina State Board of Elections has sample ballots on its website. Just click on your county to see all of the candidates.