You must complete a voter registration application in order to register to vote in the state of North Carolina. You can fill out and submit a voter registration application at a variety of social services agencies, including Work First, Women, Infants, and Children, Food Stamps, Medicaid, Vocational Rehabilitation, Employment Security Commission, and offices that serve disabled persons. You can also register to vote at any driver’s license examination office if you are applying for or renewing your driver’s license. Furthermore, you can register to vote by mail in the state of North Carolina by requesting that a registration form be sent to you from your local county board of elections office. Mail-in voter registration forms are also located at many high schools and public libraries, as well as online through the website of the North Carolina State Board of Elections.
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