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Vote for Lindsay

The School Board Race will be in the third column of your ballot under NonPartisan Offices.

Find your sample ballot, your polling place, see if you’re registered to vote at: https://vt.ncsbe.gov/RegLkup/

When you vote be sure to flip your ballot over to find the school bond referendum. 


Election Day is Tuesday November 7h, however Wake County and you must vote at your designated polling place. To find out your polling place use the NC Voter Lookup Tool.


Wake County will have 10 total sites open every day* from October 17th through November 3rd. You may vote at ANY of these sites. 

The sites are:

  1. Apex Community Center (53 Hunter Street, Apex

  2. Knightdale Recreation Center (101 Lawson Ridge Rd., Knightdale)

  3. Chavis Community Center (505 Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Raleigh)

  4. Lake Lynn Community Center (7921 Ray Rd., Raleigh)

  5. NC State University Talley Center (2610 Cates Ave., Raleigh)

  6. Wake Technical Community College South Campus (9101 Fayetteville Rd., Raleigh)

  7. Herbert C. Young Community Center (101 Wilkinson Ave., Cary)

  8. Northern Regional Center (350 E. Holding Ave., Wake Forest)

  9. Optimist Community Center (5900 Whittier Dr., Raleigh)

  10. Wake County Board of Elections (337 S. Salisbury St., Raleigh)*

Sites 1-9 are open weekdays from 7:00am - 7:00pm, Saturdays 8:00am - 1:00pm, Sundays 1:00pm - 6:00pm

*The Wake County Board of Elections Office is only open on weekdays from 8:30am - 5:15pm, PLUS Saturday, October 27th from 8:00am - 1:00pm.

Voter Registration & Early Voting FAQ

Who may vote at early voting locations? 
Any eligible Wake County voter may vote at any Wake County early voting location.

May I update my name or address at an early voting location? 
Yes. You may update your name and address before voting.

  • If you moved 30 or more days before Election Day, you will receive the ballot style of your new address.

  • If you moved fewer than 30 days before Election Day, you will receive the ballot style of your old address.

I missed the voter registration deadline. May I register and vote at an early voting location?

Yes.  Eligible individuals may register and vote during the early voting period.  

Learn about same day registration requirements.

I am a college student. What are my options for registering and voting?

College students may register to vote in the county/state of their home address or in the county/state where they are attending college. Learn about Election Day, absentee by mail, and early voting options for college students here.     

What are the registration and voting requirements for persons in the criminal justice system?

Eligible individuals may register and vote during the early voting period. 

  • If you have been convicted of a misdemeanor you do not lose your right to vote.

  • If you have been convicted of a felony you cannot vote or register to vote until you have completed all the terms of your felony sentence, including any probation or parole.View the NC Voting Rights Guide for People in the Criminal Justice System.

May I change my party affiliation at an early voting location? 
No. Changes to party affiliation cannot be made during the early voting period.

How can I determine whether I’m registered to vote? 
Check your voter registration status.

Why are the lines so long at early voting locations? 
Lines are generally not long during the first days of early voting. Voting lines are the longest on the final 3 days of early voting.

I heard that if I vote at an early voting location, my vote may not get counted. Is that true? 
No. Your vote will be counted on Election Day along with the ballots cast in the polling places.

May any registered Wake County Voter vote absentee by mail?
Yes, and it is easy. Wake County Board of Elections has a video to show you how.