Voting in Alamance County: General Information
What If I Want To Vote Here in Alamance County?
A person can only vote where he or she is registered.
If you do choose to vote in Alamance County, you must use both a physical street address AND a campus box for your address. For students living on-campus, your physical street address can be found under Select a Residence Hall address on the TurboVote page or by clicking here.
Are There Consequences of Voting in Alamance County?
Each student’s situation is different. If you’re from out-of-state, please talk with your parents/guardians and learn about any potential barriers or requirements in your home state and North Carolina by using the Campus Vote Project Student Guide before deciding to register using your university address.
Where Do I Cast My Ballot Here in Alamance County?
To find out the location of your polling place on election day in Alamance County, simply go to the North Carolina Board of Elections website and confirm your polling place before you leave to vote.
What Are the Qualifications to Vote in North Carolina?
To see the qualifications to vote in North Carolina, visit the North Carolina State Board of Elections website.
How Can I Learn More About the Candidates on My North Carolina Ballot?
You can view your ballot in advance of casting your vote by selecting the link in your voting record when you verify your polling place and then researching the candidates. In addition, you can also consult the North Carolina Nonpartisan Voting Guide.
Whom Should I Call with Voting Concerns?
Contact the Alamance County Board of Elections at 336.570.6755 with any concerns.