Not yet registered to vote in Buncombe County?
You may register AND vote in-person during the One-Stop Absentee Voting period. In order to do so, you must:
1)Go to a One-Stop Voting Site in your county of residence
2)Fill out a voter registration application
3)Provide proof of residency with appropriate form of identification with your current name and address
You may then vote ONLY at a One-Stop Voting Site in your county of registration during early voting period and NOT on Election Day.
Acceptable forms of identification include:
N.C. driver's license
utility bill with name and address (phone, gas, electric, cable and/or water are acceptable)
bank statement; paycheck or pay stub from employer
student photo ID with a document from the school showing the student's name and current address
government-issued document (passport, military ID, property or tax bill, auto registration, birth certificate, hunting license)
To be eligible to vote in North Carolina, you must:
Buncombe County Board of Elections 35 Woodfin Street Asheville, NC 28801 Phone: 828-250-4200 http://www.buncombecounty.org/governing/depts/Election/
You may also download a voter registration form here. After completion please mail your Voter Registration form to your local county board of elections office at the address above.
Not sure if you're registered?
Click here (mobile-friendly) or here to check to see if you are registered in Buncombe County.
Registration forms are also available by mail or at any library in the Asheville/Buncombe Library System and all of the following agencies:
Social Services (Work First, Food Stamps, Medicaid, Services for the Blind); Department of Health (Women, Infants and Children/WIC); Mental Health, Developmental Disabilities and Substance Abuse Services; Vocational Rehab; Governor's Advocacy Council for Persons with Disabilities; Employment Security Commission; Department of Motor Vehicles (when conducting official business)
VOTE411 is your one-stop shop to register to vote, request an absentee ballot, find your polling place, find out which districts you are in, learn about the candidates on your ballot, and much more!
Beginning in October, we'll have a detailed online voter guide for local candidates available through the Vote411 system.