2022 North Carolina Voter Guide provides facts on candidates and casting a ballot

Are you ready to vote? The 2022 North Carolina Voter Guide is online at NCVoterGuide.org, providing North Carolinians with important information on voting and profiles of candidates on their ballot.

The guide is a free public service from Common Cause North Carolina. This year marks the 20th year of NCVoterGuide.org serving as a reliable, nonpartisan resource for voters across the state.

Visitors to the 2022 North Carolina Voter Guide can check their registration status, find early voting sites in their county or locate their Election Day polling place. The guide also lets voters see their personalized ballot, with profiles on candidates running for the U.S. Senate, U.S. House, state legislature, courts and local offices.

One of the top reasons why people don’t cast a complete ballot is because they sometimes feel they don’t know enough about the candidates to be confident in their vote. Our 2022 North Carolina Voter Guide provides background on the candidates, their priorities if elected and information about where they stand on issues that matter most to voters.

We want to empower North Carolinians to vote the full ballot, and we encourage all voters to get informed, get engaged and participate in this year’s election.

In addition to our online voter guide, Common Cause NC is partnering with other nonpartisan, pro-democracy groups to distribute printed voter guides to more than 1 million North Carolinians this year.

Common Cause NC is also working at all 10 Historically Black Colleges and Universities in North Carolina. Our Democracy Fellows are holding a series of events to help the state’s 40,000 HBCU students make their voices heard at the ballot box.

Early voting runs Oct. 20 – Nov. 5 across North Carolina. Election Day is Tuesday, Nov. 8.

Visit NCVoterGuide.org and get ready to vote.

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