Want some advice that will help reduce your anxiety and make you feel like you accomplished something worthwhile today?      MAKE YOUR PLAN TO VOTE!

Your friends at Livable Raleigh have put this checklist together to help you make your plan to vote. Check out Vote 2020 on the Livable Raleigh website for more detailed information about how to vote or Wake County Board of Elections  to find out more information.      Make your plan TODAY!



Voter Registration Information and Confirmation

a. Register to vote by October 9, 2020 – Check out VOTE 2020 Voter Registration for all the ways you can register to vote or Wake County Register to Vote to learn how and where to register to vote.

b. Confirm or update your registration information NOW at View My Voter Information



Decide whether you will vote in-person or by mail-in ballot.

a. Vote by mail (A mail-in ballot is also known as an absentee ballot.)

b. Early Voting is in-person voting from October 15 – 31, 2020.

c. Election Day is in-person voting on November 3, 2020 6:30 AM – 7:30 PM



Vote by Mail

a. Request your “North Carolina Absentee Ballot Request Form” TODAY. You must complete and return this form before an absentee ballot will be mailed to you. DO NOT DELAY. You can get this Request Form online now at NC Absentee Ballot Request or you can learn more at Vote 2020 By Mail here on the Livable Raleigh website.

b. Complete and return the Absentee Ballot Request Form no later than 5:00 PM on November 3, 2020. Check out Vote 2020 By Mail for information about completing your absentee ballot, witnessing of your ballot, properly mailing your ballot back to the Board of Elections and then tracking your ballot. Or check Wake County Absentee By Mail Voting for more information about Absentee Mail-in Ballots:



Early Voting

a. Early Voting is from October 15 – 31, 2020.   Early Voting Locations and Times.



Election Day – November 3, 2020

a. All polls are open from 6:30 AM to 7:30 PM.

b. To find your polling location and more information about voting on Election Day, check out Vote 2020 Election Day   or   Wake County Election Day Voting

c. You may have to wait in line so be prepared with water, snacks, folding chair and charged devices.

d. Remember – If you are in line when the polls close you may still cast your vote.

Have you got a plan now?

Note: Livable Raleigh will continue to update voting information as it becomes available.