By Sarah Nagem
Election Day is Nov. 8, but in-person early voting in North Carolina begins Oct. 20 and ends Nov. 5.
Residents can cast their ballots at any early-voting site in the county where they are registered to vote.
Those who are not yet registered can do so and then vote on the same day at early-voting sites. To be eligible to register, residents must be U.S. citizens who reside in the county where they are registering. They must be 18 by Election Day.
Voters can also cast absentee ballots at early-voting sites.
To learn more about all the candidates in North Carolina’s Border Belt counties, check out these voter guides:
Below is a list of local early-voting sites. To find out when each site is open, go to https://vt.ncsbe.gov/ossite/.
Bladen County Board of Elections: 301 S. Cypress St., Elizabethtown
Bladenboro: 508 Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd., Bladenboro
Dublin Town Hall: 7386 Albert St., Dublin
East Arcadia: 1472 E. Arcadia Road, Riegelwood
Tar Heel Municipal Building: 14867 N.C. 87 West, Tar Heel
Chadbourn Municipal Annex: 208 E. First Ave., Chadbourn
Columbus County Board of Elections: 2586 N. James B White Highway #B, Whiteville
Fair Bluff Fire Department: 152 Main St., Fair Bluff
Ransom Event Center: 2696 General Howe Highway, Riegelwood
Tabor City Court House: 110 W. Fourth St., Tabor City
Fairmont Fire Hall/Senior Citizen Center: 421 S. Main St., Fairmont
Gilbert Patterson Library: 210 N. Florence St., Maxton
Pembroke Library: 413 Blaine St., Pembroke
Red Springs Community Center: 122 Cross St., Red Springs
Robeson County Board of Elections: 801 N. Pine St., Lumberton
St. Pauls National Guard Armory: 705 N. Old Stage Road, St. Pauls
Scotland County Annex Building Conference Room: 231 E. Cronly St., Laurinburg