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Voter RegistrationYou may register to vote in Dare County if you are:· A citizen of the United States; and · 18 years of age or older by the general election (see 17 year olds on back); and · A legal resident of Dare County for 30 days by the date of the next election You should register to vote if you:· Are not registered to vote in Dare County; or · Have been placed in an inactive registration file You must update your registration if you:· Have moved to another address within Dare County since you registered to vote; or · Have changed your name; or · Wish to change your party affiliation Party AffiliationWhen you register, you will need to declare your party affiliation. You may register with any recognized party in the State of North Carolina. Party affiliation determines the Primary in which you are eligible to vote. You may also register as unaffiliated.
An Unaffiliated voter is currently allowed to vote in the Democratic or Republican Primary. The individual party has the authority to permit Unaffiliated voters to vote in its primary. On election day the Unaffiliated voter must state the political party with which he affiliates and in whose primary he wishes to vote. Where You May Register To VoteYou may register to vote or change your address, name or party by submitting a mail-in registration form, which is available at the following locations:
Dare County Elections Office during regular office hours
Public Libraries (all county branches) during regular hours
Driver’s License Offices during regular office hours
Town Hall Offices during regular office hours