What Do I Need
to Know to Vote
To vote in the North Carolina statewide elections,
you must be registered and meet the following qualifications:
must be a U.S. citizen
must be at least 18 years of age, or be 17 years of age and will turn 18 no later than before the election.
must have lived in the county and election district in which you will vote for at least 30 days (to find out where you should go to vote, click here and enter your name and birth date or you can vote at the Wilson County Board of Elections).
click here for specific rules for those who have been convicted of a felony. Citizenship and voting rights are automatically restored upon completion of the sentence. No special document is needed
must give up any registration rights in another county or state.
address MUST match the address on your voter registration.
2020 PRIMARY NO VOTER ID REQUIRED!
If you are voting in person and need assistance, you may have an elected official assist you. If you need assistance because of a disability or illiteracy, you may be assisted by a qualified person of your choice.
Voting sites are available to all voters. Curbside voting is available to all voters who are not able to enter voting sites. Visit the Wilson County Board of Elections for more information.