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Durham County Board of Elections Website
Looking for information about activism, the new voting law, or current elections issues and candidates? Click below:
NORTH CAROLINA VOTER GUIDELINES--Good website to quickly check all the dates and facts about voting now in NC
Your source for voter information in North Carolina!
November 4, 2014 is election day
--you must vote in your precinct if you did not vote early. There is no out of precinct voting allowed.
All precinct locations here Maps of all precincts here
Search to learn your precinct here
All voting places in Durham County are open from 6:30 AM until 7:30 PM on election day.
Search for your own
Sample Ballot, check your registration and learn your precinct here.
Fill in your information,
hit "search," then scroll down to "Sample Ballots" and click on the one after
Absentee Ballot Information
October 28: Last day to submit an absentee ballot request (request form must be received at BOE office by no later than 5:00pm)
November 4: Deadline for returning voted absentee ballots (absentee ballots must be received at BOE office no later than 5:00pm)
Getting Ready for the New Voter Act
Go here for more information on the new voter law.
In 2014, you do not need ID to vote, but you will be asked if you have one:
Beginning with the 2014 primary, county boards of elections will begin educating voters about the new photo ID requirements as voters present to vote during the early voting period or on the day of the primary or election. All voters will be asked whether they have acceptable photo ID and for those voters who indicate they do not have acceptable photo ID, the voter will be asked to sign an acknowledgement they do not have any form of photo ID that will be acceptable for purposes of voting. Voters may also complete an online survey to inform us that they do not have acceptable photo ID. Using these resources, the State Board of Elections and the county boards of elections will reach out to these voters to ensure they can obtain proper photo ID before 2016.
MAY 6, 2014 Partisan Primary and School Board Election
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