North Carolina residents can cast their ballots early in this year’s primary elections today through May 5.
Primary Election Day is on Tuesday, May 8.
Residents who haven’t yet registered to vote can do so at their early voting site. Most county board of elections’ offices offer one-stop voting, but residents can find out the exact locations of their county’s early voting sites by visiting the state board of elections website.
North Carolina has semi-closed primaries, meaning unaffiliated voters can choose to vote in any party’s primary election, but registered Democrats, Republicans and Libertarians must vote in their own party’s primary.