Six municipalities will hold general elections on Tuesday, July 26th.
Residents of Charlotte, Fayetteville, Greensboro, Hickory, Mooresville and Sanford polls will be open. Run-off elections in Cary, New Bern, Rocky Mount, Statesville, Franklin County, Jackson County, Graham County and Wake County will also be held on July 26th.
To view your sample ballot, registered voters must enter their information into the voter search tool and navigate to “Your Sample Ballot.”
Municipal Elections: July 26th
Polling places will be open from 6:30am to 7:30pm. Any voter in line at their assigned polling place at 7:30pm will be able to vote.
Same-day voter registration is not available on Election day. If you are not registered, you are unable to vote.
Some precincts have changed since the 2022 primary. Click on the button below to find your polling place:
Many municipalities will hold local elections or primary run-off elections on Tuesday, July 26th. The iVoterGuide will not contain information for these local races. We encourage you to visit candidate websites or attend one of our Voter Forums to learn more about the candidates:
Faith & Freedom Voter Forum
Cary. NC – Sunday, July 24th at Bethel Baptist Church
The upcoming 2022 midterm election is one of the most important elections in the history of North Carolina. It is critical that Evangelical and Catholic voters show up and support candidates that will stand for Life, Religious Freedom, and School Choice this November. Voters can register online through October 14th, or register by visiting any Early Voting Site during One-Stop voting held October 20-November 5th.
WHO WE ARE
In 2022, the Faith & Freedom Coalition is launching the largest faith based get out the vote organization in the history of North Carolina.
Our goal is to inform voters across the state about important issues relevant to faith-based communities in North Carolina. We also plan to equip our supporters with the tools they need to be a force for good in the governmental and political arena. We are seeking volunteers to help us reach every county in North Carolina this fall.
CHRISTIAN VOTER GUIDE
If you don’t know who is running in your county, you can download a sample ballot to see all the races and candidates on your North Carolina election.
At NC Faith & Freedom Coalition, we are committed to equipping and mobilizing faithful Christians to be effective citizens and educated voters. You can learn about candidates on your primary ballot by visiting iVoterGuide.com. The guide will be updated the fall ahead of the general election.
(Coming Soon!) If you are looking for candidate information for the North Carolina General Election iVoterGuide to help you be an educated and informed voter during early voting! You can view your personalized voter guide before you vote by entering your home address. Information for the July 26th Municipal Elections will not be available on the guide.
The ratings found on iVoterguide are not an endorsement of a candidate, nor are they an indication of the candidate’s chances of winning. A team of iVoterGuide volunteers researched each candidate to assess how they may vote if elected. Working as independent teams, iVoterGuide then assigns a score to each candidate ranging from Liberal to Conservative based on each candidate’s public and online statements, financial disclosures, endorsements, survey answers, and past voting records. Statewide judicial candidates were also rated by iVoterGuide staff. Use the guide as one of the tools available for you to be an educated voter.