Voting Information and Resources

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Early voting for the 2020 General Election starts Thursday, October 15, and will be open until Saturday, October 31.

Durham County voters may choose to cast their ballot at any of the county’s 14 early voting sites, including one on Duke University’s campus: the Karsh Alumni Center (2080 Duke University Rd, Durham, NC 27708). Voting will take place in the main conference room.

Directions to the Karsh Alumni Center (Google Maps)

Hours for early voting: Monday – Saturday, 8am-7:30pm, Sunday 2pm-7:30pm; Saturday, Oct. 31, 8am-3pm

Find other early voting sites with the Durham County Early Voting Site Locator — includes bus routes and wait times!

Not sure if you’re registered to vote in NC? Verify your voter registration status

Need to register to vote in NC? The deadline to register to vote in NC was October 9. But, you can still register and vote at any of Durham’s early voting sites. See Durham County’s Notice to Same-Day Registrants for more information.

Prefer to vote by mail in NC?  Request your absentee ballot here. If you did not register to vote in NC before the Oct. 9 deadline, you may still register at one of the early voting sites. If you request an absentee ballot and want to drop it off in person, you may do so at an early voting site from Oct. 15-31, but not on Election Day (Nov. 3). See more FAQ for voting by mail/absentee voting in North Carolina.

Voting in your home state? Visit Duke Votes for information on registering to vote in your home state, voting in person, requesting an absentee ballot, and more.

Visit Duke Votes for more information.