In-person early voting for the 2022 General Election begins Thursday in North Carolina. 

It’s also known as one-stop early voting, and it’s the most popular method of voting in even-numbered election years in North Carolina, according to a State Board of Elections news release.

You can cast your ballot at any early voting site in your county. The state maintains an online guide to one-stop early voting sites, and you can also download a sample ballot.

Same-day voter registration is allowed as long as you attest to your eligibility and provide proof of where you live.

If you received an absentee ballot by mail, you can drop it off at any site in your county. If you haven’t filled it out, you may discard it and vote in person during the early voting period or on Election Day.

Curbside voting and voter assistance will be available at all early voting sites.

Alleghany County Elections Director Sherry Dawson says that people may see an increase in election observers, but they are not allowed to interact with voters. Dawson says that with the public's cooperation, the early voting period should run smoothly.

"Be patient if you’re having to stand in line, the workers do the best they can," says Dawson. "We’re all here to see democracy is done, and we just hope we can do the best job possible."

Early in-person voting runs through Saturday, November 5.

You can read WFDD’s voter guide and all of our election coverage here.

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