Yes, any registered voter may vote by absentee ballot in the state of North Carolina, either in person or by mail. You can register to vote and vote in person at any one-stop absentee ballot voting location before the election, which includes any county board of elections office, and may include other designated one-stop voting places in your county. The one-stop absentee ballot voting period starts the third Thursday prior to the election, and ends the Saturday prior to the election. You can also request that an absentee ballot be mailed to you by contacting your local county board of elections up until the Tuesday before the election.
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