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October 26
#ReadytoVote: Wake County Early Voting Expands to 20 Sites

From now through Nov. 5, Wake County voters have the opportunity to cast their ballot at one of 20 early voting sites.

According to unofficial counts, 64,251 people voted in the first six days of early voting in Wake County. That’s up from approximately 54,000 in the first six days of early voting in the 2012 General Election.

Dates and time for early voting vary by location. Early voting ends at 1 p.m. on Nov. 5. See the full schedule here.

If you forgot to register to vote, you can do same-day registration during early voting. You will need to show proof of your current address to register. You will not be able to do same-day registration on Election Day, Nov. 8. Learn about same day registration requirements here.

Any registered Wake County voter may vote absentee by mail. To do so, you need to request your ballot by Nov. 1. Learn how easy it is to vote by mail here.

Learn more about the election and view your sample ballot at www.readytovote.com and follow the Wake County elections news on social media using #ReadytoVote.


 



 

 

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