Early voting begins in NC

Early voters line up at a polling place.

October 14, 2010 7:46:57 PM PDT
Election Day is approaching, but North Carolina voters can make their decisions right now.

The state's early voting period begins Thursday. Voters eager to cast their ballots or who don't want to go to their precinct on Election Day can vote through Oct. 30 at elections offices and selected locations in all 100 counties.

Click here for a complete list of early voting sites by county [pdf]

Unregistered voters also can register during the early voting period and cast their votes on the same day.

Click here for voter registration information

Mail-in absentee ballots also are prohibited.

For information on how to submit an absentee ballot, click here

NC's top race is for U.S. Senate, where the choices are Republican Richard Burr, Democrat Elaine Marshall and Libertarian Mike Beitler. All 13 U.S. House seats, 170 spots in the General Assembly and dozens of judgeships and local positions also are on ballots.

A record 2.6 million people cast votes early in 2008.

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