Buncombe County early voting locations — Voters Must Bring IDs

Press release from Buncombe County:

Early Voting in Buncombe County is underway across 11 locations and ends at 3 p.m. Saturday, March 2. Buncombe County Election Services is sharing a few details to know before you go. See the attachment for dates, times, maps, and more, or visit buncombecounty.org/vote for more information.  Please note there is no early voting scheduled for Sunday, Feb. 18. North Carolina voters will be asked to show photo ID when they check in to vote. Learn more at Voter ID.

During the early voting period, voters may cast a ballot at any early voting site in their county. This is different than Election Day, when registered voters must vote at their assigned polling place. During the early voting period, eligible individuals may also register to vote and vote at the same time.


·         Black Mountain Library – 105 N. Dougherty St., Black Mountain
·         East Asheville Library – 3 Avon Road, Asheville
·         Enka-Candler Library – 1404 Sand Hill Road, Candler
·         Fairview Library – 1 Taylor Road, Fairview
·         Friendship Center – 142 Shiloh Road, Asheville
·         Leicester Community Center – 2979 New Leicester Highway, Leicester
·         Reynolds Village – 50 N. Merrimon Ave., Unit 109, Asheville
·         South Buncombe Library – 260 Overlook Road, Asheville
·         Weaverville Community Center – 60 Lakeshore Drive, Weaverville
·         Wesley Grant Southside Center (in lieu of BOE) – 285 Livingston St., Asheville
·         West Asheville Library – 942 Haywood Road, Asheville

Check out the Wait Map before you head out for Early Voting

During scheduled Early Voting, we offer a tool that tells you in real time how many voters are in line at each location. The wait map will only be available during Early Voting. Check it out here before you head out the door.

Click here for everything you need to know about the 2024 Primary Election, and join us on Facebook Friday, Feb. 16 at 1 p.m. for a live Q&A with Buncombe Election Services Director Corinne Duncan.

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