NC Election Information
Registering to Vote
North Carolina requires that anyone registering to vote to be at least 18 years old, a United States citizen and resident of North Carolina who has lived in the county he or she intends to vote in for at least 30 days. Anyone who has been convicted of a felony must have their right to vote restored in order to register. A voter in North Carolina cannot claim the right to vote elsewhere.
The deadline to register to vote is 25 days prior to Election Day. Registration forms can be obtained from the state website and are also available at county election board offices, public libraries, high schools, and college admissions offices.
Voter registration services are also provided by the following agencies:
- North Carolina Department of Motor Vehicles
- Public assistance agencies
- Departments of Social Services (DSS)
- Departments of Public Health (WIC)
- Disability services agencies
- Vocational rehabilitation offices
- Departments of Services for the Blind
- Departments of Services for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
- Departments of Mental Health Services
- Employment Security Commission (ESC)
The city of Burlington, North Carolina, is holding general elections for mayor and two city council members on November 5, 2019. The primary will occur on October 8, 2019.
General election candidates
|Incumbents are marked with an (i) after their name.|
|Burlington City Council (2 seats)||Kathy Hykes
Bob Ward (i)
Primary for Mayor of Burlington
|Ian Baltutis Incumbent, (Nonpartisan)|
|Joey Cook Sr. (Nonpartisan)|
|Lisa Patrick (Nonpartisan)|