HOW TO VOTE

Here's how to vote this year and help us continue making Burlington a stronger and better community!

Primary Election

EASIEST:

Vote-by-Mail

  • Download, Print, Complete, and Mail your absentee ballot request form HERE.

    • After completing and submitting this form, a ballot will be mailed to you beginning in September.​

    • Once you receive your ballot, you can complete it, have 2 friends (or a Notary) witness it (sign it), then mail it to or drop it off at the Board of Elections Office.

    • Ballots must be returned by October 8th at 5pm!

  • Additional information is available at the NC State Board of Elections Absentee Voting site.

EASY:

Early Voting - General Election Voting

County Office Annex Building

201 W. Elm Street

Graham, NC  27253

General Election (November 2nd)

EASIEST:

Vote-by-Mail

  • Download, Print, Complete, and Mail your absentee ballot request form HERE.

    • After completing and submitting this form, a ballot will be mailed​ to you beginning in October.

    • Once you receive your ballot, you can complete it, have 2 friends (or a Notary) witness it (sign it), then mail it to or drop it off at the Board of Elections Office.

    • Ballots must be returned by November 5th at 5pm.

  • Additional information is available at the NC State Board of Elections Absentee Voting site.

EASY:

Early Voting - General Election Voting

County Office Annex Building*

201 W. Elm Street

Graham, NC  27253

*NOTE: This is the ONLY early voting location!

Last Chance: ON Election Day (November 2nd)

  • WHEN: Polls are open 6:30am - 7:30pm.

  • WHERE: Find your local polling station for November 2nd voting HERE.

  • TRANSPORTATION: Catch the LINK Transit bus to your polling place. The LINK Transit bus system is now fare FREE all the time, and Saturday service is coming in late 2021!

  • Not sure if you're registered to vote? Check your voter registration status HERE.

  • View your sample ballot HERE.

Mayoral Sample Ballot (Pick 1):

City Council Sample Ballot (Pick 2):