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Tomorrow is the day to cast your vote in the North Carolina General Election. Do you know where to go?

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This year, due to changes in the state’s election laws, you must cast your vote at your assigned polling place based on your residential address. According to the State Board of Elections, there is a limited exception, which applies to certain voters who have recently moved within the same county and have not yet updated their voter registration.

Here is a quick-and-easy way to find out where your precinct is, which should also be listed on your voter registration card:

1: Go here on the State Board of Elections website;
2: Enter your address and click search.

That’s it! Now you see your precinct’s address, view photos of your polling location and even see a sample of your ballot.

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