Voting early: Times, days, locations

Posted September 15, 2016
Updated October 24, 2016

Early voting site

— Early in-person voting, what some people call the "one-stop" absentee voting period, began Oct. 20 and runs through 1 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 5.

Each of the state's 100 counties sets its own times and places for absentee voting, so the availability across the state varies.

Decision 2016 graphic Q&A: Voting in election 2016 Voters can find more early voting information at their local boards of election, or use the State Board of Elections' early voting lookup tool.

WRAL News has also provided a way for you to look up where and when you can cast an early ballot for the 22 counties in and around the Triangle. Click on the "plus" sign next to the county name to get the days and hours early voting will be available in each location. We also have compiled a personalized ballot and voter guide to help you make your ballots decisions.

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  • Jahman Playaman Oct 17, 2016
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    The burning of the RNC office just doesn't seem to be all that it should.... This sounds all too reminiscent of the attack on the Riechstag (which was carried out by the Nazi party)..... I would not be surprised if trump supporters do this exact same thing in other battle ground states as an attempt to galvanize supports to vote for their losing candidate who is a complete psychopath.