Election Day is more than 40 days away, but you can already vote absentee. Here’s a simple guide on how to vote by mail in North Carolina.
A first-generation American and NC community college student tells us why immigrant rights and women’s rights are driving her to vote.
A Grand Rapids resident Leah Bectel registered to vote the day she turned 18. She encourages others to get started early on democracy, too.
In elections, 1% of rejected mail-in ballots can equal up to thousands of votes. Minimizing mistakes on your mail-in ballot could make a significant impact on the presidential race.
An immigrant living in NC says her father is the only family member eligible to vote, so she makes sure others know what’s at stake.
As NC prepares for an Election Day like no other, officials say the system—and the US Postal Service—is ready for flood of absentee ballots.
An attorney at the Southern Coalition for Social Justice tells us what we need to know about voter ID, new maps, and voting in a pandemic.