2019 Municipal Elections
Many cities and towns across North Carolina will hold municipal elections in the fall of 2019 to elect local offices. Different cities have different Election Days this year. See information below to check when your Election Day is and what’s on the ballot for your local election this year — and don’t forget to share municipal election info on social.
When is Election Day for my city or town?
Check out this City-by-City Guide to 2019 Municipal Elections to look up your city in this alphabetical list to see when to vote and what offices will be on the ballot for your area.
Early Voting is a great way to avoid long lines, access more flexible voting hours and locations, and have a chance to register or update your registration on site. Dates for Early Voting in 2019 will vary depending on which city and county you live in.
Your Ballot and Precinct
You can look up your sample ballot and your Election Day voting precinct through a three-step process on the State Board of Elections voter lookup tool. We provide instructions on how to complete this process through the link below.
City Voter Guides
See detailed non-partisan voter guides below for the following cities:
Online guides for three other cities will be available at NCVoterGuide.org:
- Raleigh Voter Guide
- Durham Voter Guide – Coming soon!
- Charlotte Voter Guide – Coming soon!
Fayetteville Voter Guide
Download your non-partisan Voter Guide for the 2019 Fayetteville elections here.
Kinston Voter Guide
Download your non-partisan Voter Guide for the 2019 Kinston elections here.
Wilmington Voter Guide
Download your non-partisan Voter Guide for the 2019 Wilmington elections here.