On March 3, North Carolina will vote in the primary election for both the Democratic and Republican nominations for President. In the run up to the election, many electoral policies and regulations have been changed or are unclear. The Editorial Board believes that voting is imperative, and thus we wanted to clear up a few confusing things about the election this year.
In the past, UNC has been split into multiple precincts, which has caused a lot of confusion on Election Day about where you are supposed to vote. Luckily, this is no longer the case.
As of this year, UNC has been consolidated into one super precinct, and all students will vote at a single location on Election Day, regardless of where you live on campus.
The new polling place is the Sonja Haynes Stone Center (150 South Rd).