Vote at an Early Voting Location
Wake County Early Voting
View Early Voting Turnout (Updated daily - Approximately 1 hour after sites close)
The deadline to submit a civilian request for absentee ballot was October 28, 2014.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who may vote at an early voting location?
Any eligible Wake County voter may vote at any Wake County early voting location.
May I update my name or address at an early voting location? Yes. You may update your name and address before voting. If you moved 30 or more days before Election Day, you will receive the ballot style of your new address. If you moved fewer than 30 days before Election Day, you will receive the ballot style of your old address. Update your name or address now by completing a voter registration application
May I change my party affiliation at an early voting location?
No. Changes to party affiliation cannot be made during the early voting period. Update your party affiliation now by completing a voter registration application.
How can I determine whether I’m registered to vote?
Check your voter registration status online here.
Why are the lines so long at early voting locations?
Lines are generally not long during the first days of early voting. Voting lines are the longest on the final 3 days of early voting.
I heard that if I vote at an early voting location, my vote may not get counted. Is that true?
No. Your vote will be counted on Election Day along with the ballots cast in the precincts.