Election Day is your last chance to vote 



You must vote at your assigned precinct.  Election Day Polling Places


The polls are open from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. on Election Day.  If you are in line to vote by 7:30 p.m. STAY IN LINE.  You will be allowed to vote.



1. Curbside Voting is offered at all Wake County precincts.  To be eligible, you must be unable to enter the polling place due to age or physical disability.  Curbside Voting


2.If you have a completed mail-in ballot (Absentee Ballot) you should deliver it personally to the Board of Elections Operations Center, 1200 N. New Hope Road, Raleigh, NC  27610.  Their hours of operation are Monday and Tuesday 8:30a.m. to 5:00p.m.  The ballot must be delivered by 5p.m. on Tuesday, Nov 3.  Absentee Voting

3.Technically, you can still mail your ballot in as long as it is postmarked by Nov 3.  The recent court ruling will allow ballots received by Nov 12 to be counted. US Supreme Court decision  If you use the mail, you should go INTO the post office and ask the clerk to hand stamp your envelope to be sure it gets a postmark.  Still, the best advice we can give for assuring your vote is counted is to hand deliver it to the Board of Elections Operations Center.  Relying on the mail should be your last option.

4. If you have any questions about voting in this 2020 election you can do the following.

            • Check out Wake County’s Voting Information page.  Wake County BOE Information
            • If you live in Wake County you can call the Wake County Board of Elections Voter Information help line on Monday – Friday from 8:15 – 5:30 at 919-404-4040.
            • Check out Livable Raleigh’s Vote 2020 for more information. The “I Still Have Questions” section features many Frequently Asked Questions, too!  Livable Raleigh VOTE 2020