General Mecklenburg County Board of Elections Information

To vote as a resident of North Carolina, you must be a registered North Carolina voter.

For a full list of upcoming deadlines and dates, please click on this link.

For more information on voting in Mecklenburg County, please visit www.mecknc.gov/BOE.  

For a complete list of Mecklenburg County candidates, please click here.

For Davidson Pointe residents, Iredell County election information is located on its Board of Elections website.

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2020 National Election

Election day will be Tuesday, November 3, 2020.

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2019 Local Election

Election Day 2019 took place on Tuesday, November 5, 2019.

Early voting sites, including Cornelius Town Hall, were open until November 1 from 10am to 7pm on weekdays, from 9am-1pm on Saturday, October 25, and from 1pm-4pm on Sunday, October 26. More details on early voting in Mecklenburg County can be found here.

In 2019, residents voted for mayor and five commissioners at Davidson Town Hall or Hopewell Baptist Church, depending on precinct assignments (for Mecklenburg County) and at Mt. Mourne Fire Department in Mooresville for Davidson Pointe residents.

Davidson residents also voted on two referenda. The first was a $14 million general obligation (GO) bond package to pay for public facilities. For more information, including a FAQ, please see our Public Facilities page.

The second concerned the sale of Continuum, the locally owned cable and internet system. More information, including a FAQ, is available at our Continuum page.