As of Oct. 27, over 3.4 million votes had been cast across the state through mail-in and in-person early voting, according to the nonprofit Civitas Institute’s VoteTracker. Those watching the election say they haven’t yet seen anything out of the ordinary thus far — but they’re leaving as little as possible to chance.
Over 700 Democracy North Carolina volunteers fanned out across the state on March 15, primary election day. They were helping ensure that no one was illegally turned away from the polls as a result of North Carolina’s 2013 voter ID law, which took effect this year.
Rev. Dr. William Barber outlined a joint campaign launched by the North Carolina NAACP and Democracy NC to empower voters through supporting access to voting and providing education on key issues.
Citing a campaign “robo” call being made to black neighborhoods in North Carolina, Democracy North Carolina, a nonpartisan election-reform organization, is advertising a toll-free hotline for voter-intimidation complaints.
No more excuses! One-stop early voting sites will now permit you to register and vote on the same day.