In Wake County, citizens may register to vote, make changes in registration or obtain a mail-in registration form at the following locations:

  • Board of Elections, 339 S. Salisbury St.
  • Public Libraries
  • Drivers License Offices
  • Public Assistance Agencies
  • Public High Schools
  • Town Halls

    Agencies Serving Persons with Disabilities Or go to the Board of Elections website at

    All voter registration forms must be at the election office 25 days prior to the election. Upcoming elections include the presidential primary on May 4 and the presidential elections on Nov. 2.


  • Howard Dean, Wednesday, April 7,
  • Bush in 2004, Tuesday, April 12,
  • John Kerry, Thursday, April 22,
  • John Edwards, Tuesday, April 27,
  • Wesley Clark, Monday, May 3,
  • Dennis Kucinich, Thursday, May 6,
  • Erskine Bowles, Thursday, May 6,

    All meetings at 7 p.m.; locations are sent after signing up for each candidate’s meetup.

    Cat Warren and Betty Buller Whitehead will talk about MoveOn’s campaign, “50 Ways to Love Your Country: How to Find Your Political Voice and Become a Catalyst for Change” at the Regulator Bookshop, 720 Ninth St., Durham, on Thursday, April 15, at 7 p.m.

    The Independent Weekly is looking for opportunities around the Triangle–at businesses and special events–to set up voter registration tables. If you have a location and would like to have our volunteers register voters, send us an e-mail at and write “Registration Request” in the header. Or, if you’d like to volunteer to help staff one of the tables, write “Registration Volunteer” in the header.