Early Voting Begins: Poll Locations, Same-Day Registration Instructions, & More

Oct 20, 2016

NEW HANOVER COUNTY ONE-STOP VOTING LOCATIONS

·      Government Center, 230 Government Center Drive, Suite 34

·      CFCC Health Sciences Building, 415 N. 2nd Street

·      Northeast Regional Library, 1241 Military Cutoff Road

·      Senior Resource Center, 2222 S. College Road

·      Carolina Beach Town Hall, 1121 N Lake Park Blvd

New Hanover County One-Stop Voting Schedule

BRUNSWICK COUNTY ONE-STOP VOTING LOCATIONS

·      Cooperative Extension, 25 Referendum Drive NE, Building N in Bolivia

·      Leland Town Hall, 102 Town Hall Drrive in Leland

·      The Brunswick Center at Southport, 1513 North Howe Street, Suite 1 in Southport

·      National Guard Armory, 5050 Main Street in Shallotte

·      Leland Cultural Arts Center, 1212 Magnolia Village Way in Leland

·      St James Community Center, 4136 Southport Supply Road in Southport

·      Oak Island Recreation Center, 3003 E Oak Island Drive in Oak Island

·      Brunswick Community College, 50 College Road ∙ Bolivia

·      Holden Beach EOC, 1044 Sabbath Home Road in Supply

·      South Brunswick Islands Center, 9400 Ocean Hwy 17 W in Carolina Shores

Brunswick County One-Stop Voting Schedule

PENDER COUNTY ONE-STOP VOTING LOCATIONS

·      Pender County Board of Elections, 807 S. Walker Street in Burgaw

·      Cape Fear Community College, 621 NC Hwy 210 E in Hampstead

·      Pender County Annex Building, 15060 US Hwy 17 in Hampstead

·      Maple Hill Volunteer Fire Department, 115 N. Maple Hill Road in Maple Hill

·      Shiloh Volunteer Fire Department, 19170 US Hwy 421 in Willard

·      Long Creek Volunteer Fire Department, 227 Scott Road in Rocky Point

Pender County One-Stop Voting Schedule

SAME DAY REGISTRATION

If you have missed the voter registration deadline, you may go to a one-stop voting site to register and vote on the same day. Same day registration is only available during one-stop early voting. It is not available on Election Day. 

Be prepared to provide an election official proof of residential address in the county. This “proof of address” may consist of:

1) a current and valid photo ID

Any government-issued photo identification card is acceptable, so long as the card bears your current name and current address. A North Carolina driver’s license or other government-issued photo identification may be expired. 

2) a document showing the name and current address of the applicant

To be current, the document must be the most recent version or at least dated within three months of the date it is presented to an election official. Copies of acceptable documents are permissible. It is also permissible for a voter to present an electronic or online version of a document, as long as the document is obtained from the original source (e.g., e-Bills from utility companies, electronic bank statements, electronic earnings statement from employer, etc.) and shows his or her current name and address. 

Here are some accepted documents that a voter may use: 

  • utility bill (including mobile service providers) 
  • private bank statement
  • property tax statement issued by a governmental agency
  • vehicle registration issued by a governmental agency
  • government check, including any Social Security, employment, pension, benefit, or reimbursement check from any government entity
  • government invoice, statement, or receipt
  • public housing identification card, lease, or rental statement
  • public educational institution documents, including any student card, transcript, tuition statement, invoice, or receipt issued by any public educational institution 
  • government insurance plan card, drug discount card, or drug prescription issued by a government care facility (including military facilities) 
  • discharge certificates, pardons, or other government documents issued in connection with the resolution of a criminal case, indictment, sentence, or other matter
  • public transportation authority cards, invoices, receipts, or correspondence
  • public assistance or disability agency documents
  • documents issued by any government shelter or temporary/transitional housing facility
  • drug prescription issued