|A Nonpartisan Resource for the Tuesday, November 3, 2020 General Election
General Election: A final election for a political office with a limited list of candidates. The candidates in the general election are the people who won their party’s primary election. General elections happen at a local, state, and national level.
Register To Vote
Check that your voter registration is current at vt.ncsbe.gov/RegLkup. Enter your name and county. When your name appears, click the link and verify that your information is correct. If not, you can update and/or Register to Vote the following ways:
Submit a completed Absentee ballot request from to your County Board of Elections.
North Carolina Board of Elections - The State Board of Elections (State Board) is the state agency charged with the administration of the elections process and campaign finance disclosure and compliance.
Polling Place Search - Find your voting polling location for the November 3rd General Election. Search by precinct or address.
BallotReady – A nonpartisan site that allows you to build your ballot by diving into every candidate and referendum on your ballot including candidate’s backgrounds, stances on issues, and experience. BallotReady lets you “explore your ballot, make informed choices, and vote!”.
BestColleges.com Student Voting Guide – A nonpartisan guide designed for college students. Includes a bipartisan key issues guide and voter registration information for each state.
ProCon.org – Pros and Cons of Current Issues – Feeling overwhelmed by all the issues being debated during the 2020 Presidential Election? Start here! ProCon.org is a nonprofit nonpartisan public charity that use professional researchers and rigorous editorial standards.
Project Vote Smart – A nonprofit, nonpartisan research organization that collects and distributes information on candidates for public office.
TurboVote – A tool that makes voting easy by sending text or email messages verifying voter registration status, reminders about important election deadlines, and polling place location. Developed by the nonpartisan group Democracy Works.
This page is compiled and maintained by the Craven-Pamlico Regional Library System. Links to websites are for informational purposes only and do not in any way constitute an endorsement.