North Carolina at the Crossroads: Super Tuesday Voting Now Underway

Today on “Super Tuesday”, North Carolina voters will be casting their ballots today in the 2024 primary elections, a pivotal moment for selecting candidates for key roles including the U.S. presidency, Congress, governor, and attorney general.

Ahead of today’s in-person voting, election officials with the NCSBOE report that nearly 700,000 North Carolinians have already early voted, a number significantly higher than in past primaries.

Unlike in the South Carolina primary, where party affiliation didn’t matter, NC voters must adhere to their registered political party or a nonpartisan option, if available.

Identification is required at the polls, with acceptable forms including a North Carolina driver’s license, a state ID, a driver’s license or non-driver ID from another state (for those who registered in North Carolina within 90 days of the election), a U.S. passport, a North Carolina voter photo ID card, approved college or university student IDs, and state or local government employee IDs.

With over 200 polling places operational, voters must go to their assigned location to vote. Those with absentee ballots should be aware that with the polls closing at 7:30 p.m. this Super Tuesday, timely submission is critical for their vote to count.

Polls are open from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m., as North Carolinians play a key role in shaping the future political landscape ahead of the general elections.



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