To vote in Brunswick County, you must be registered in Brunswick County.
To be able to register, you must be:
A United States Citizen
18 years or older by the day of the General Election
A resident of your county for at least 30 days before the election you want to vote in
Not be registered nor will vote in any other county or state
You must not be serving a felony sentence — this includes probation or parole
Have had citizenship rights restored, if ever convicted of a felony
If you’re 17, you can register to vote if you’ll be 18 by the day of the General Election
Where can I register to vote?
If you are a new voter, you must fill out a voter registration form, sign it, and mail it or deliver it to your county board of elections. Voter registration applications are also available at:
Public high schools or college admissions offices.
Am I already registered to vote?
If you are not sure whether or not you are already a registered voter in the state of North Carolina, you can check your registration status here.
Brunswick County Board of Elections
75 Stamp Act Dr. NE
Government Center Building H
Bolivia, NC, 28422
8:30 am - 5:00 pm
How do I vote in Brunswick County?
Brunswick County voters can vote in person on Election Day or One-Stop and Early Voting days, or by mail (absentee voting).
What is the deadline to register to vote?
IThe deadline to register to vote in North Carolina is 25 days before the date of an election. The voter registration application must be received by the applicant’s county boards of elections by this date. If an application is received after the deadline, the application may still be timely if it was mailed and it is postmarked on or before the voter registration deadline; otherwise, the application will not be processed until after the election. Persons who register at the North Carolina Division of Motor Vehicles or another voter registration agency will be considered registered as of the date the application is given to the agency. As long as this date is on or before the voter registration deadline, then the application will be deemed timely for an upcoming election.
Do I have to have ID to vote?
NO. Thanks to a panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit who struck down photo ID requirements and associated laws in North Carolina. However, there are a couple of exceptions. Read them here.