President of the United States isn’t the only position at stake this election.
Local and state elections this year range from one of North Carolina’s seats in the U.S. House of Representatives to the next superintendent of the state’s public schools.
Unregistered voters can still cast their ballots through early voting, which offers the opportunity to both register and vote at the same time. To register, individuals need to bring a valid ID, which can be a driver’s license, other government ID or a bill with name and current address. Early voting runs until Nov. 3. Election Day is Nov. 6. See the schedule for more information.
There are five early voting sites, including the second floor of Rams Head Dining Hall on UNC’s campus and the Carrboro Town Hall. Visit the Orange County Board of Elections website for more information.
Unless otherwise indicated, all information from this guide comes from some combination of candidate surveys distributed by The Daily Tar Heel, interviews with the campaigns or candidates and campaign websites.
Names marked with * indicates the candidate is the incumbent.