To be eligible to vote, you must:
- be a citizen of the United States;
- be a resident of North Carolina and Currituck County for the 30 days prior to an election;
- be at least 18 years of age by the next general election;
- not be registered to vote in any other county or state;
- if convicted of a felony, have had your citizenship rights restored.
Deadlines To Register To Vote
The deadline to register to vote in North Carolina and Currituck County is 25 days before the day of the election.
Forms must be received in the Elections office or postmarked by the deadline to be accepted. Agency and North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicle registration transactions that are completed by the deadline are also valid.
Each voter will be sent a voter card showing their assigned precinct.
Where To Register To Vote In Currituck County
Locations for voter registration forms:
- Board of Elections office
- Public Library
- Local High School
- Currituck Chamber of Commerce office
Forms may be obtained at these locations, completed, and mailed to the Board of Elections office.
You may register at the North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) office when conducting official DMV business, or at any state agency when applying for or receiving benefits.
Currituck County has a permanent and continuous registration. If you:
- change your name,
- or desire to change your party affiliation,
you must make these changes no later than 25 days before an election. If you move to another county in North Carolina, you must register in that county.
Obtain a North Carolina Voter Registration application.
Go to the North Carolina Public Voter Search website to see if you are already registered to vote.
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