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Hotline, voter guides, election results and more tips here

Today is Election Day, and with a gubernatorial primary and a constitutional amendment on the ballot in North Carolina, turnout is expected to be high. Already, early voting across the state has set some records. Of the nearly 6.3 million registered voters in the state, more than 507,000 North Carolinians cast votes already, according to The Carolina Transparency Project of The Civitas Institute.

If you’d like to follow the results of the election, here’s a quick-and-dirty guide to online information spots that are go-to sources for the day.

Remember that the polls are open until 7:30 p.m., so results will start being posted tonight. Find your polling place here.


The State Board of Elections will post results as they get them. Every race and every county will be represented in these results.

Observations and information

Asheville Citizen-Times is publishing a blog on what’s happening during the day. Check it out here.

Some Twitter hashtags to follow (there are many out there, so let us know your favorites to add here):







Voter help and guides for WNC

Still deciding? Here’s some sources of information to help.

NC election day hotline: 1-866-OUR-VOTE / 1-888-VE-Y-VOTA

Congressional district information

Voter guides from UNC-TV and the N.C. Center for Voter Education:

Avery County Voting Guide

Buncombe County Voting Guide

Cherokee County Voting Guide

Clay County Voting Guide

Graham County Voting Guide

Haywood County Voting Guide

Henderson County Voting Guide

Jackson County Voting Guide

Macon County Voting Guide

Madison County Voting Guide

McDowell County Voting Guide

Mitchell County Voting Guide

Polk County Voting Guide

Rutherford County Voting Guide

Swain County Voting Guide

Transylvania County Voting Guide

Yancey County Voting Guide

Previously, on Carolina Public Press:

Voters confused about new N.C. congressional voting districts

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