GREENSBORO, N.C. — Super Tuesday is March 3, 2020. That's when the largest amount of states all vote in the primaries, including North Carolina. Here's your guide to voting in the primaries.
- February 7: Regular voter registration deadline
- February 13-29: In-person early voting period. Voters may register and vote at the same time.
- February 25: Deadline to request an absentee ballot by mail
- March 3: Primary Election Day (Polls are open statewide from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.) Look up your polling place here.
ARE YOU REGISTERED TO VOTE?
Are you registered to vote? To check your registration, Go HERE. This "Voter Lookup" tool will give you all of your registration information, including the districts you reside in for Congress, state House and Senate, Superior Court, county commission and board of education, among others. If you need to fill out a voter registration application, click here.
- Look up your polling site location by clicking HERE
- Find out about Absentee Voter search by clicking HERE
- Check Provisional Ballot by clicking HERE
YOU WON'T NEED PHOTO ID
North Carolinians previously voted in favor of a photo ID requirement law. It was supposed to take effect this year, but a federal judge blocked the law from taking effect before the new year. And it will stay blocked until further order from the courts. Therefore, you don't need your photo ID to vote.