Am I registered to vote?
Check your voter registration here. Even if you have registered, it's a great idea to check anyway because sometimes, voter registration boards will remove or "purge" voters from the voting rolls.
What is a precinct?
A voting precinct is the smallest voting unit of the Democratic Party. People in a precinct live near each other and have the same designated polling place (where you vote) on Election Day. There are over 200 precincts in Mecklenburg. Each precinct elects a chair, vice chair, secretary, and treasurer every two years. These are unpaid, volunteer positions.
If you want to get in contact with your precinct to find out how to help get out the vote, call our office at 704-525-5843 and tell us your address and how to contact you!
Can I vote early or absentee, and what does that mean?
The deadlines have passed for One Stop Early Voting and absentee ballot requests.
How many Democrats are in Mecklenburg? What about the other parties?
As of August 24, 2018, Democrats are the largest political party in North Carolina and in Mecklenburg, with 319,482 registered Democrats in Mecklenburg, 170,784 Republicans, 235,489 Unaffiliated voters, 48 Green Party, 30 Constitutional Party, and 4,452 Libertarians. North Carolina is home to 2.6 million Democrats. You can see the stats for yourself here.
My question wasn't answered here!
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