The 2024 primary election is nearly here! During this election, voters will choose which candidates should be the party nominees to appear on the general election ballot in November. Primary Election Day falls on Tuesday, March 5, but early voting and absentee voting options mean that the time to make your voting plan is now.
Are you registered and ready to vote? Laws and regulations around voting are different in almost every state. The University Libraries has put together resources to help you navigate the election process, no matter when you’re planning to vote and what state/district you call home.
Have questions about registering to vote or mailing in your ballot? The Library has a list of common questions and answers about the voting process. Check out our Voter Q&A.
Ask your voting questions via text and social media
If you have any questions about registering to vote, requesting an absentee ballot or anything else about voting, you can reach out to University Libraries staff via text at the number 919-928-5300 to get your questions answered. You can also send us a message or reply on our Instagram and Twitter accounts if you prefer!
Civic Engagement Workshops
Wondering how you can be a more informed voter? Want to make an impact beyond casting your vote? Workshops from the University Libraries will help you learn how!
February 27 | 5-6 p.m. | Undergraduate Library, Room 124
Prepare for the polls this primary election season by learning how to find the most accurate, up-to-date information about the election candidates and the basics of how to vote in your county. This workshop will introduce strategies for researching the candidates’ platforms, funding sources, and voting records. Food will be served!
February 29 | 5-6 p.m. | Undergraduate Library, Room 124
Voting is important, but it’s not the only opportunity you have to make your voice heard! Often, the issues that affect us most in our day-to-day lives are handled at local levels. This workshop will cover the types of representatives you have at different levels of government, and how you can contact them about the things you care about. Free food will be provided!