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Important Election Dates for the March 5th Primary!



February 9, 2024

Deadline to register to vote in person on Election Day.



Check your voter registration status at VOTE411.org. 


February 15 - March 2, 2024

You can register & vote same day during Early Voting.


Locations and Times Vary

Visit WakeVotesEarly.com for details.

February 27, 2024

Absentee Vote by Mail Ballot Request Deadline.


Ballots must be RECEIVED by 7:30pm on Election Day in order to be counted.

Ballots may be physically delivered to the County Board of Elections by 7:30pm.


Track your absentee ballot at NC BallotTrax.


March 5, 2024

Election Day

You must vote at your set voting location. Find your polling place.


Polls are be open from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Any voter in line at their assigned polling place at 7:30 p.m. will be able to vote.


2024 Election Central



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Personalized Voting Information:

  • See What's On Your Ballot
  • Check Your Voter Registration
  • Find Your Polling Place
  • Learn about Candidates
  • Watch Recorded Candidate Forums
  • And Much More!



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LWV-Wake Merchandise 

Recent News
Check out our latest blogs:

Recycling Challenges In Wake County and Beyond

Join The Ripple, Make A Wave: League 101

LWVNC president Jennifer McMillan Rubin's opinion piece published in
The Charlotte Observer and The News & Observer on
Women's Equality Day
August 26, 2023


News & Observer Op-Ed by Jennifer Rubin

LWVNC provides written testimony to NC House Committee on Oversight and Reform on June 22nd regarding Proposed Election Law/Rules

NC House Committee on Oversight and Reform Testimony



VOTE411.org

VOTE411.org provides nonpartisan general and state-specific information on many aspects of the election process. It also provides personalized voting information based on user’s address.

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