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Am I registered to vote in NC? Your primary vote checklist.

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Make sure you’re registered to vote in North Carolina with our helpful checklist.

The deadline is approaching to register to vote for the March 3 primary.

Here are a few resources to make sure your voice counts in Wake County.

🗳️ Deadline to know: Register by Feb. 7 at 5 p.m. if you plan to vote on Election Day. [REGISTER]

🗳️ Check if you’re registered to vote. [link]

🗳️ Check your address or other registration details. [link]

🗳️ Early voting begins Feb. 13. You can go to any of these sites.

🗳️ And if you miss the registration deadline, you can still register to vote during early voting and cast your ballot at the same time. [details]

🗳️ A photo ID will not be required to vote in the March 3 primary election.

🗳️ See your sample ballot.

🗳️ Unaffiliated/independent voter? You can choose one party’s primary ballot.

🗳️ How to vote absentee. [link]

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Sarah Day Owen Wiskirchen is the editor of Raleigh Convergence.

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