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Voting in Mecklenburg County

Mecklenburg County Voting Information

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ELECTION 2022

This guide features information about the 2022 election.

Although the presidential office may not be on the ballot this year, Mid-Term elections are still important. This year is all 435 seats in the United States House of Representatives, 35 seats in the United States Senate, 36 governor's seats, and hundreds of state, local, and municipal offices. Who win during these Mid-Term elections will influence how the 2024 presidential elections play out. Also key issues like abortion rights, climate change, health care, and gun rights are the lead issues of many campaigns.

Importance of Mid-Term Elections:

What are Mid-Term Elections?

How do Local Elections Affect What You Care About?

What's At Stake in the 2022 Mid-Term Election?

 

Remember every vote matters!

Voting in College

ELECTION DAY: Tuesday, November 8th 

Get to know the Candidates! 
(On both Federal and State Level)

How to vote while in College

Get to know the major issues.

Important Dates

Important Deadlines to Remember!

Task Deadline
Deadline to Register on online or by mail October 14th

Deadline to Request an Absentee Ballot

By 5:00 pm, Tuesday, November 1st for the General Election

*Absentee Ballots must be posted marked by Nov. 8th to be counted.

Early Voting October 20 - November 5
Same-Day Registration October 20 - November 5, same as early voting
Election Day Tuesday, November 8th, 2020; 6:30 am -7:30 pm