Early voting begins on October 17 in North Carolina. This is an exciting time of year, as some people cast their votes while others prepare for election day by hearing from candidates and learning more about the proposed constitutional amendments.
Civitas Institute’s Carolina Transparency Project is a resource designed to help you stay up to date with the latest information on North Carolina elections. The data is pulled from the North Carolina State Board of Ethics and Elections Enforcement website and displayed in a user-friendly format. For political junkies and interested citizens alike, these resources shed light on North Carolina voting this election season.
The site has two features:
- VoteTracker is updated 5 days a week with the most current information about votes cast in this election cycle. Vote totals are broken down by county, age, Congressional district, state legislative districts, political party, and more.
- The Voter Registration page is updated weekly and provides updated information on voter composition by county, political party, and race.
We hope you find these resources helpful and welcome your feedback!