Make your voice Heard in November

The easiest -- and most important -- way for you to contribute to the campaign is to VOTE this November. Casting your vote is the one of the most effective ways to get your voice heard and make meaningful change for your community. 

In addition to electing Joe as your next State Senator, there are a number of critically important ballot-based initiatives up for vote this November. These include a constitutional amendment requiring Voter IDs. This amendment is designed to suppress voter turnout, especially among the poor, the elderly, and minority constituents.

Also up for a vote are two constitutional amendments designed to significantly limit Governor Roy Cooper's ability to make judicial appointments and appointments to election boards. These ballot measures, if passed, will allow the extremist legislature to pack our courts and state government with political cronies. Long story short, if you think gerrymandering is a problem now -- just wait.

We need your voice to make sure that the democratic process remains untouched by hyper-partisan legislating. Will you commit to voting this November?

Voting Eligibility




To register to vote in North Carolina, you must meet the following qualifications:

  • Must be a citizen of the United States.

  • Must live in the district you plan to vote in for at least 30 days before the election on November 6, 2018.

  • Must be at least 18 years old.

    • If you're currently under the age of 18, but will be 18 by the election day, you can still submit your voter registration form to register in time for the election. Also, happy birthday!

  • Must not be serving a sentence for a felony conviction (including probation or parole). If you've been convicted of a felony, you must get your voting rights restored before voting in any election. For more information on your rights, please read more here.

  • Make sure your voter registration is up-to-date, rescinding any old voter registration information from other counties or states.

How to register

  1. Registering to vote is easy as can be! Complete your voter registration form at your county board of elections, public library or  and mail it in to your local county board of elections.

  2. Voter registration forms must be received at least 25 days before the election -- so get your forms in no later than October 6th , 2018. this year!

  3. When your form is processed you will received a voter registration card in the mail along with information on your designated polling place. This information can also be found online at the NC Board of Election's website.

  4. You may also register to vote AND vote on the same day during early voting periods at any of the one-stop, early voting sites.  One-stop information can be found before an election at the the NC Board of Election's website. To register during early voting you will still need to meet all of the above criteria and bring one of the following to show your full name and current address:

    • North Carolina driver license

    • Any government-issued photo ID is acceptable, so long as the card bears the voter's current name and current address.

    • A copy of a current utility bill, bank statement, government check, paycheck, or other government document showing the voter’s name and address

    • A current college/university photo identification card paired with proof of campus habitation

What else can I do?

  • Make sure all of your friends and loved ones who are eligible to vote are registered to vote and are motivated to vote this election cycle.

  • If you are a member of a church or community organization, consider planning a voter registration drive.

  • Learn about the ballot measures up for vote this election cycle and talk to people in your community about how they may be affected by the outcomes.

  • Look up your voter registration information to make sure everything is up to date and you know exactly where your polling place is located.

  • Introduce your friends to Joe's campaign and make sure they know to #GoForJoe6 this November!




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