The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging informed and active participation in government. It influences public policy through education and advocacy.
One-stop absentee voting (commonly known as "early voting") allows any registered voter to cast an absentee ballot in person on select days prior to Election Day. Unlike on Election Day, when registered voters can only vote at their specific precinct, one-stop voting allows registered voters to vote at any one-stop absentee voting site in the county.
When you present to vote at a one-stop site, you may change your name or address, if it needs to be updated.
In a December 31 order, a federal district court blocked North Carolina’s voter photo ID requirement from taking effect. The injunction will remain in place until further order of the court.
If you are voting for the first time since you registered or changed you registration you may need to bring something.
The League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging informed and active participation in our democratic government. The League influences public policy through education and advocacy. We never support or oppose any political party or candidate. The League of Women Voters has two separate and distinct roles. Voters Service/Citizen Education: we present unbiased nonpartisan information about elections, the voting process, and issues. Action/Advocacy: we are nonpartisan, but, after study, we use our positions to advocate for or against particular policies in the public interest. Our Vision, Beliefs, and Intentions guide our voter education activities. For more information about the League of Women Voters of the Piedmont Triad, visit LWVPT.org.