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2014 Changes

Absentee Voting


Absentee voting is comprised of two methods by which registered voters may cast ballots other than the traditional method of appearing in person and casting a ballot on the day of the election. These methods are absentee by mail and absentee one-stop.  

Absentee by Mail

Any voter registered in Mecklenburg County can request an absentee ballot from the Mecklenburg County Board of Elections prior to the last Tuesday before an election by completing the Absentee Ballot Request Form.   An application and ballots will be mailed to the voter after the receipt of a completed form.  Click here for election dates and deadlines.

You may request your ballots now for any election in which you are eligible to vote in 2014. We begin accepting the form for absentee ballots for all elections in 2014 after January 1, 2014. The earliest date Ballots may be mailed for the Primary to be held on May 6, 2014 is March 17, 2014. Ballots for the November 4, 2014 election may be mailed no earlier than September 5, 2014. 

Absentee One-Stop (Early Voting)

Any voter registered in Mecklenburg County may choose to vote in person using One-Stop Absentee Voting which begins the second Thursday before the election and ends the Saturday prior to the election. Dates, times, and locations vary by election and will be posted prior to each election on this site. Click here for dates, hours and locations of Early Voting for the May 6th Primary in Mecklenburg County. 

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