IDENTIFICATION FOR VOTING PURPOSES
FIRST‐TIME VOTERS who have registered to vote, have not previously voted in an election and have not provided verifiable ID, must show an acceptable document for proof of identification to an election official the first time they present to vote.
SAME DAY REGISTRANTS at a One-Stop site must also present or show an acceptable document that lists his or her current name and address in the county.
ALSO AT THE TIME OF VOTING, ALL voters shall be required to state current name and residence address before being allowed to cast a ballot.
VALID DOCUMENTS FOR IDENTIFICATION AND RESIDENCY PURPOSES include: a North Carolina drivers license, a photo identification from a government agency, current utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck, or other government document and must be presented by the voter.
VOTING A PROVISIONAL BALLOT will be required of all individuals who do not provide the proper identification for voting purposes as outlined above.
To view voter identification requirements for 2016, please click here.