North Carolinians across the state will be voting in today's primary elections, narrowing the field for the general election in November.

Polls will be open Tuesday from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m., and residents must cast their ballot at the designated polling place for their precinct.

Tim Tsujii with the Forsyth County Board of Elections says individuals can find these polling places a number of ways.

“They [voters] can visit our website, and we've got a 'find my polling place' link on our homepage," he says. "Also, voters can give us a call at the Board of Elections Office. And voters can also access their sample ballots on our website as well.”

Those outside of Forsyth County can find their polling place here.

Today's primary election is for the Democratic and Republican parties. Unaffiliated voters can choose either ballot.

Seventeen-year-olds who will be 18 by election day in November are eligible to vote if they are registered.

There is no photo identification required to vote.

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