In North Carolina, the statewide General Election is Tuesday, November 8, 2022. The winners from the Partisan Primary Elections (May 2022) will face each other in the General Election. This election is also known as the "midterm" because it is held two years (mid-way) into the four-year U.S. Presidential Term.
Who Can Vote in the General Election?
Any registered voter of Hoke County will be eligible to vote in the General Election no matter their party affiliation. Your party affiliation will not effect your eligibility to vote in the General Election.
In North Carolina, the voter registration deadline for the General Election is October 14, 2022. Any voter registration applications, must be received by the Board of Elections Office no later than close of business day. View the Voter Registration Tab for details on how to register.
Current Status: PHOTO ID IS NOT REQUIRED
A North Carolina Superior Court has permanently enjoined the law requiring photo ID for voting. Following a trial in April 2021, a three-judge panel in the Holmes v. Moore case concluded that the voter photo ID law violated the North Carolina Constitution. The court's decision, which was issued on September 17, 2021, means that the voter is not REQUIRED to show photo ID in elections in North Carolina.
Early Voting in Hoke County
Hoke County has two early voting locations. The One-Stop Early Voting Period is October 20, 2022- November 5, 2022. Both locations will be open from 8:00 am - 7:30 pm on weekdays, 8:00am -3:00 pm on Saturdays, and CLOSED on Sundays.