Everything you need to vote in North Carolina this election season, all in one place.

Early voting for the 2022 general election will take place from Oct. 20 to Nov. 5.

Election Day is November 8.

How do I register to vote?

In North Carolina, online voter registration closed Oct. 14.

For anyone not registered by that date, you can still register and vote same-day during the early voting period which ends at 3 p.m. Nov. 5 across the state.

You can look up your registration status online using this handy voter search tool from the state Board of Elections.

What qualifications do I need to meet to vote?

On Election Day, you:

Do I need a photo ID to vote?

No. While North Carolina voters did vote in favor of a state constitutional amendment to require a photo ID, that amendment was blocked by a federal district court. This block will stay in place until the court decides otherwise.

What voting district am I in?

The North Carolina General Assembly offers a Find Your Legislators tool to help you find your current district and your district for the 2022 elections for U.S. Senate and U.S. House as well as the North Carolina House and the North Carolina Senate.

Where is my polling place?

If you are voting on Election Day, put your address into this Polling Place search tool to find your polling place. On Election Day, this is the only location where you will be allowed to vote.

If you want to vote early, you can go to any One-Stop Voting Site in your county. Find where you can vote early using this One-Stop Voting Sites search tool.

Early voting for the 2022 midterm election will take place from Oct. 20 to Nov. 5.

Election Day is November 8.

Who is up for election?

From candidates for U.S. president to local school board, you can find the full list of candidates running for office on this midterm candidate guide.

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