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Want to vote in May? You’ll need to be registered today

voteGone are the days of registering to vote during early voting! If you want to take part in the fast-approaching May 6th primary, take note that today (Friday) is the deadline for getting registered to vote.

North Carolinians can stop by their county elections office to register. Registration forms can also be completed and turned in at the DMV or other public assistance agencies. Finally, forms postmarked by today’s deadline will be accepted for the upcoming election.

Click here  to download a voter registration form, and here for more info on where you can get registered.

Early voting for the May 6th primary begins April 24 and ends May 3.

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