Absentee voting info ahead of NC primaries

  • Published
  • By Maj. William Newby
  • Voting assistance officer
North Carolina holds a congressional primary June 7. This election date represents a change in the election calendar due to court challenges with the existing redistricting plan. The June 7 primary ballot contains North Carolina state supreme court candidates and U.S. House of Representatives candidates based on the new district lines.

Absentee ballots for military and overseas voters will be mailed no later than April 25 in preparation for the June 7 election.  The registration deadline and ballot request deadline for this congressional primary is June 6.

Please click here for official registration and ballot request deadlines, as well as information on completing an federal post card application or the federal write-in absentee ballot.  Both forms can be found here.

For more information on this election or any upcoming federal election click here or call 1-800-438-868.  Also, contact your Eglin installation voting assistance officers at vote15@us.af.mil.