For those of you who call Raleigh home, learn more about the candidates running for the offices of mayor and city council with your 2015 Raleigh Voter Guide.
Voter guide for Durham, Greensboro, Fayetteville, and Charlotte coming soon! We will post them as soon as they are available.
Election day is Tuesday, October 6. Local elections matter greatly. Make your voice heard!
Click here to review the 2015 Raleigh Voter Guide.
From the good people at Democracy NC:
“This may come as a surprise, but… due to ongoing legal wrangling, Same Day Registration during Early Voting and out-of-precinct voting on Election Day are in effect for the 2015 elections – at least until Federal District Court Judge Schroeder rules in the Monster Law case argued in Winston-Salem this summer.
Same Day Registration is a critical, “fail safe” option for citizens who have moved across county lines, are new to the state of North Carolina, or have recently become eligible to vote – and who miss the 25-day registration deadline (Sept. 11th for the Oct. 6th election, and Oct. 9th for the Nov. 3rd election).
To use Same Day Registration (only available during Early Voting), a voter must provide one of the following identifying documents to an election official at an Early Voting location:
- NC driver’s license
- Other government photo ID
- Utility bill, bank statement, or payroll stub with name and current address
- Student photo ID with a school document showing the student’s address
- Any document from any government agency with the voter’s name and current address.
Out-of-precinct voting means that on Election Day a voter can cast a ballot that will be counted (at least in part) at any voting precinct in his or her county.
Again, a court ruling could change this situation, but for now Same Day Registration and out-of-precinct voting are the law of the land.”