Board of Elections
The Currituck County Board of Elections conducts federal, state, and county elections. This department has the overall responsibility for the administration of:
- voter registration
- electoral process
- and campaign finance disclosures.
The Board of Elections operates under a 5 member board appointed every 2 years by the State Board of Elections. The present board consists of:
- B. Gary McGee, Chair
- Alice Malesky, Vice Chair
- Susan Johnson, Secretary
- Karen Ish
- Alex Gottschalk
Responsibilities of the Board of Elections
- Conducts Federal, State and County elections
- Registers all eligible voters who meet age and residency requirements
- Tallies elections results
- Appoints and trains precinct officials
- Maintains records on registered voters and voting patterns in the County
- Provides for the purchase of printouts, diskettes, and address labels
Easy Things You Can Do
There are something you can do to make voting easier:
- Check your voter registration
- Register to vote by mailing your completed Voter Registration Form to our office
- Currituck County registration statistics
- Visit the State Board of Elections website for more information
Voter Identification (ID) Cards
Photo ID’s will not be required in any 2019 election.
Beginning in 2020, North Carolina voters will be required to provide photo identification when voting in-person or absentee-by-mail, with some exceptions.
Acceptable Photo ID’s
- Driver License or Non-Operator ID from North Carolina
- Driver License or Non-Operator ID from a Different U. S. State or Territory
- United States Passport
- North Carolina Voter ID Card
- Approved Employee ID
- Approved Student ID
- Tribal Enrollment Card
- Military ID Card or Veterans ID Card
Acceptable Photo ID’s
North Carolina State Board of Elections
If You Do Not Have A Photo ID
All registered voters will be allowed to vote with or without a photo ID card.
When voting in person, you will be asked to present a valid photo identification card. If you do not show photo ID, you may vote provisionally. Your provisional ballot will count if you bring acceptable photo ID to your county board of elections office before canvass, or if you sign an affidavit declaring that a reasonable impediment prevented you from showing photo ID.
If you do not have a valid photo ID card, you may obtain one from your county board of elections free of charge by filling out a North Carolina Voter Identification Card Request Form. You can obtain a free photo ID at your county board of elections office any time until the Friday before the election.
If you vote by mail, you must enclose a copy of your photo ID unless you sign an affidavit declaring that a reasonable impediment prevented you from enclosing a copy of photo ID.