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2018 Voting Schedule and Locations

Nov. 6 General Election - Sept. 7 Absentee Voting begins for General Election
- Oct. 12 Registration for General Election ends
- Oct. 17 One stop Early Voting begins for General Election
- Nov. 3 One stop Early Voting ends for General Election
- Nov. 6 General Election

Locations for Early/One Stop Voting
- Orange County: Sunday Voting Allowed Click here for location information
- Durham County: Sunday Voting Allowed Click here for location information
- Chatham County: Sunday Voting NOT ALLOWED Click here for location information

Voting Resources

LWVNC's Position Statements



Fridays from September 21-Oct. 26th, from 12:45 - 1:30 p.m. In the Commons Room, Eno River Unitarian Universalist Fellowship 4907 Garrett Rd, Durham, NC 27707

  • September 21: Redistricting by Dr. Jennifer Bremer, Director, North Carolina League of Women Voters Fair Election Action Team
  • September 28: Social Media and Journalism in the 2018 Election by Dr. Philip Napoli, Professor, Sanford School of Public Policy, Duke University
  • October 5: North Carolina Elections: Past and Present by Rob Christensen, Chief Political Writer for the News and Observer
  • October 12: Safeguarding Elections/Insuring Election Integrity by Veronica Degraffenreid, Director of Election Operations, North Carolina State Board of Elections
  • October 19: Polling by Dr. David McLennan, Professor of Political Science and Director of the Meredith Poll, Meredith University
  • October 26: Lying: Moral Choice in American Public Life by Dr. Stephen Fleck, Emeritus Professor of French, California State University, Long Beach

This series is free and open to the public No pre-registration is required. You may attend any or all of the presentations. The League ODC, OLLI at Duke and the speakers have agreed that the series will be non-partisan and present balanced perspectives, with time for discussion.

Those interested should also check out the League's non-partisan voter education website to learn about candidate positions on various issues:

Fair Elections

  • Check out LWVODC's Redistricting Reform: Fair Maps/Fair Elections webpage for the latest information on local redistricting information and activities.

  • The Board of Directors of LWVNC has agreed to support HB200 & SB209, a pair of identical companion bills that would mandate nonpartisan redistricting in North Carolina, effective 2021. LWVNC's Fair Elections Action Team will provide leadership in education and advocacy about this bill.

  • LWVUS ADOPTS NEW POSITION ON REDISTRICTING There is a new version of the LWVUS position on redistricting, adopted at Convention 2016 and available online here.

  • End Gerrymandering NOW. A project of Common Cause NC.

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