North Carolina special identification card for non-operators
Last 4 digits of social security number
Permanent mailing address, if different than their residential street address
Address to mail the absentee ballot mailed
Name and address of the voter’s near relative or verifiable legal guardian if that individual is making the request
Voter’s signature or relative or verifiable legal guardian requesting the form for the voter
Returning the Ballot
The signed and completed ballot must be received by 5:00 p.m. on election day, Tuesday, November 3, 2020.
Ballots received after 5:00 p.m. on election day will be timely ONLY if they are received by mail and bear a postmark that is dated on or before the date of the election and are received no later than 5:00 p.m. on the 3 day following the election.
Ballots may be returned in one of the following ways:
Currituck County Board of Elections
PO Box 177
Currituck, North Carolina 27929
Registration Deadline to vote in Tuesday, November 3, 2020 election will be Friday, October 9, 2020at 5:00 p.m. North Carolina gives you many ways to register, to vote, for a detailed list check out Currituck County’s Voter Registration page on this website.
If you are a Medicare Beneficiary you are eligible to review and/or change your part D, Drug Coverage, every year between Thursday, October 15 and Monday, December 7, 2020.
It is definitely worth taking the time to review and compare your Medicare health plan options, but you don’t have to navigate the system alone. North Carolina Cooperative Extension and the North Carolina Department of Insurance have a wonderful program to help you navigate through the annual election period called SHIIP which stands for Senior Health Insurance Information Program. You have several options:
Many ongoing outreach efforts by third parties urge residents to request absentee by-mail ballots or register to vote ahead of the November 3 general election. Some mailings include voter registration applications or absentee ballot request forms.
These efforts typically are legal, but they can be confusing or frustrating for voters and erode confidence in elections, especially when they are unsolicited.
The State Board offers to review mailings and other communications for third parties to ensure compliance with state and federal laws and to attempt to avoid voter confusion and anger.
“The State and County Boards of Elections encourage third-party groups to consider the overwhelming toll that misleading or confusing mailings and other outreach efforts take on elections resources and the damage they cause to voters’ confidence in elections,” said Karen Brinson Bell, executive director of the State Board of Elections. “We need our elections officials to be focused on serving more than 7 million voters during a pandemic.”
For voters, elections officials offer the following tips for dealing with the onslaught of mail, phone calls and text messages this election season:
Rely on official sources, especially your state and county elections officials, for accurate information about elections and the voting process. Third-party mailings and other outreach materials may be misleading or false. Go to NCSBE.gov or your county board’s website for Statement to Voters About Election-Related Mailers, Text Messages and Phone Calls accurate and up-to-date information about elections. Follow the State Board of Elections on social media.
Request an absentee ballot by going to NCSBE.gov and downloading a 2020 State Absentee Ballot Request Form. The law has changed to allow request forms to be transmitted to the county board of elections office via fax or email, in addition to by mail or in person. The status of your absentee ballot request remains confidential – and cannot be viewed in your online voter record – until your marked ballot is returned to the county board office. The voter or voter’s near relative or legal guardian can still contact the county board of elections to receive that information. Absentee ballots will be mailed to voters who requested them beginning Friday, September 4, 2020.
If you have concerns about a mailing, please contact the group responsible for the mailing. There is rarely anything elections officials can do to stop outreach efforts.
State and county elections officials are not associated with third-party groups that send out mass mailings or text messages.
Elections officials do not randomly call or text residents to encourage them to register to vote or request absentee ballots.
Elections officials do not verify the accuracy of data, such as voter record data, provided by third parties in their mailings. State and county elections officials do not go door-to-door to register voters or encourage them to request absentee ballots.
Always ask voter registration workers who come to your door to verify their identities and organizations. If someone refuses, call the State Board office at 919-814-0700 and ask for the Investigations Division.
“We know these groups are often well intended and we certainly do not want to discourage folks from being active participants in our democracy,” said Brinson Bell, “but we must make sure that these actions do not prohibit, impair, or cause voters not to be active participants in democracy.”
The following resources are available to help businesses cope with the COVID-19 pandemic:
Local Business Survey
Currituck Emergency Management has created a quick, voluntary survey to gauge the operating status for county-wide businesses and organizations during the COVID-19 outbreak. Please take a minute to participate! Complete survey
Small Business Center
The Small Business and Technology Development Center can provide assistance and resources to local businesses by phone or virtual meetings. For businesses in Moyock and Central Currituck, call 252-339-2896; for businesses in Lower Currituck and Corolla, call 252-489-6299.
Restaurant & Hotel Staff NC Restaurant Workers Relief Fund Hospitality employees of restaurants or hotels facing financial hardship, layoff, or reduced hours may apply for a grant of up to $500.
Please contact Currituck Parks and Recreation at 252-232-3007 for Household ID prior to Monday. August 3, 2020
Mail until Monday, August 3, 2020, by sending a completed and signed registration form with the proper fee made payable to:
Currituck County Parks and Recreation
153 Courthouse Road, Suite 306
Currituck, North Carolina 27929
NOTE: Anyone registering after Monday, August 3, 2020 will have to pay a $10.00 late fee per child and will be allowed to register only if there are any opening on a team!
Please make sure to include your email for additional information.
For additional information, please contact Currituck County Parks & Recreation Department at 252-232-3007, Monday thru Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
As always, coaches are needed in all age groups. Without parents willing to volunteer, there may be children who will not be able to participate. If you are willing to coach a team, please indicate in the space provided on the registration form. Remember, without you, your child may not have a coach!
Notification of Mandatory Workout Times & Sites
All workouts will be held at Currituck Community Park the time and date will be announced later.
Note: Children that RESIDES in the Moyock Middle School District, will attend the North Workout and children that RESIDES in the Currituck Middle School District, will attend the South Workout.