- Check your registration status and your precinct polling place here: https://vt.ncsbe.gov/RegLkup/
- During One-Stop (Early Voting) – You can register and vote the same day at the Early Voting polling places. You will need to fill out a form and show proof of residence, photo ID, utility bill, etc.
- Absentee Ballot – Requests for absentee ballots must be received by Oct 30, 5 pm and civilian absentee ballots must be received no later than Nov 6, 5pm.
- Additional information is available at the Haywood County Board of Elections website: https://www.haywoodnc.net/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=2508&Itemid=275
- Why we are asking you to vote NO on all the amendments: https://d3n8a8pro7vhmx.cloudfront.net/youcanvote/pages/3536/attachments/original/1530796007/Amendments_on_the_Ballot_(2).pdf?1530796007.
Early Voting Sites and Dates/Times
Starting on Wednesday, October 17 and through Friday, November 2, Early Voting Sites are open Monday – Friday from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm. In addition, the last Saturday before Election Day, the Early Voting Sites are open from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm.
There are three Early Voting sites and a resident of Haywood County may vote at any of the three:
- Senior Resource Center – 81 Elmwood Way, Waynesville;
- Canton Public Library – 11 Pennsylvania Ave., Canton;
- Clyde Municipal Building – 8437 Carolina Ave., Clyde.
Message from the State Chair on Constitutional Amendments
On Sunday, August 12, the NC Democratic Party Executive Council passed a motion in opposition to ALL six amendments. Please use the document here as your reference when talking about the amendments.
Statement of Concerned Lawyers of North Carolina
Regarding Two Proposed Constitutional Amendments
As concerned lawyers from all political spectrums and from throughout the State, we ask that you read this Statement, endorsed by all six former Chief Justices of the Supreme Court of North Carolina, regarding the Judicial Selection and Separation of Powers constitutional amendments proposed by the North Carolina General Assembly. Read the full Statement_of_Concerned_Lawyers here.
What does the Democratic Party of North Carolina Stand For?