Mail the completed Voter Registration form to:
Moore County Board of Elections
PO Box 787
Carthage, NC 28327
2016 Presidential Election - November 8, 2016
Absentee voting allows registered voters to vote on a day other than Election Day. There are three types of absentee voting in in North Carolina. To check your absentee vote status click here.
Any registered North Carolina voter can request a mail-in absentee ballot. This type of absentee voting allows a voter or a near relative or legal guardian to request that an absentee ballot be sent to the voter by mail. The voter may vote the ballot and return it to the county board of elections by the ballot return deadline.
One-stop absentee voting (commonly known as "early voting") allows any registered voter to cast an absentee ballot in person on select days prior to Election Day. One-stop voting begins on the second Thursday prior to Election Day and ends on the last Saturday before the election at 1:00 p.m.. The location for One-stop Voting is either in the County Board of Elections office, or an alternative site, if the County Board office is not equipped to handle in-person voting. County Boards of Elections may also designate additional one-stop sites in various other parts of the county.
**Voters may change their name or address at a one-stop voting site.
One-Stop site Locations:
Municipal, Primary, General* Elections:
Moore County Agricultural Center
707 Pinehurst Ave
Carthage, NC 28327S
Second Primary, Runoffs, Special Elections:
Moore County Board of Elections Office
700 Pinehurst Ave
Carthage, NC 28327
*Additional sites may be open during General Elections will be announced
Absent uniformed services members (and their eligible dependents) and U.S. citizens living outside of the United States may request an absentee ballot under the Uniformed and Overseas Citizens Absentee Voting Act (UOCAVA). This federal act and its corresponding law in this state allows uniformed service members and overseas citizens who are absent from their county of residence in North Carolina to request, receive and return an absentee ballot under special rights.
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