If you’re thinking about absentee-by-mail voting by mail this year, but are concerned it may not get received in time, remember: you can always drop off your absentee ballot in person. In fact, you can drop it off to make sure it was received before one-stop early voting begins on October 15th. We stopped over to examine the process at the Craven County Board of Elections, and spoke with their Director, Meloni M. Wray,
Upon arrival, you will be given a short form to complete so you can submit your ballot:
If one thing you’re concerned about are long lines on election day, there was only a brief wait when we stopped in around lunch time on a Tuesday, with a few added safety restrictions. For example, one person at a time could enter to submit their form and ballot.
The Board of Elections is also a good place to obtain an official voting 2020 voting guide:
Most importantly, you must have your ballot signed and witnessed before being able to turn it in: