Promoting Democracy with Carolina Votes

Election Day — Tuesday, March 5

March 5, 2024 |

Promoting democracy is an important part of the educational experience we foster at Carolina. We want to ensure you have the resources you need to vote in the upcoming primary elections, including for president, U.S. House of Representatives, governor, and lieutenant governor. 

Voting locations on campus and in Orange County 

You can check your registration, find your polling place, and download a sample ballot at the North Carolina State Board of Elections website. There is no same-day registration available on Election Day. 

Election Day: 

  • Tuesday, March 5, 2024 
  • Our students can vote on Election Day at the Sonja Haynes Stone Center for Research in Black History and Culture (150 South Rd.), among other locations. 

Thanks for playing your part as an engaged and active citizen, here in North Carolina and beyond. 

Voting requirement — photo ID 

When voting, please note that voters in North Carolina are now required to show an approved photo ID. Physical UNC-Chapel Hill One Cards have been approved by the state for both students and employees to use when voting (UNC-Chapel Hill’s mobile One Card is not approved.) Visit the North Carolina Board of Election’s voter ID webpage for more information about what other forms of ID will and will not be accepted. 

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