General Information

Voting in the United States is free and voluntary; this is an opportunity to let your voice be heard!

To vote, one must be a U.S. citizen and at least 18 years of age on election day. States also require various periods of residency before voting is permitted. Most states have two other rules as well: A voter cannot be a felon (someone who has committed a serious crime) or mentally incompetent.

For comprehensive voting information, please see the following:

North Carolina Board of Elections

Mecklenburg County Board of Elections

Iredell County Board of Elections

Election Resources

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Vote Early graphic Opens in new windowMecklenburg County details here.

Iredell County details here.

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