Voter registration services may also be offered by any individual, group or organization that desires to conduct a voter registration drive. No special training or permission is needed to conduct a voter registration drive; however, organizers who wish to remain in compliance with North Carolina law should be familiar with these responsibilities.
If you plan to conduct a voter registration drive, please complete a Voter Registration Drive Supplies Request Form found here. Applications collected at voter registration drives must be delivered to the appropriate county board of elections by the voter registration deadline.
County boards of elections are able to provide voter registration supplies to drive organizers in limited quantities (less than 1000 blank forms). Drive organizers who desire a larger quantity should request the forms directly from the State Board of Elections.
Any applicant that submits a voter registration application at a voter registration drive and does not receive a voter card in the mail within two weeks of this submission, should notify their county board of elections or the State Board of Elections immediately.