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Welcome to Access the Vote NC, an initiative of Disability Rights North Carolina!

One in five people eligible to vote has a disability. To make sure they can vote, the Americans with Disabilities Act requires that voter registration and voting be accessible for people with disabilities.  It also requires that poll workers assist voters with disabilities if they need help.

Your vote matters!

Who and what you vote for impacts your access to healthcare, education, transportation and much more. This site walks North Carolinians through every step of the voting process.

On this website you can:

Once registered, you can vote in person, from home, or from a residential facility.

Register to Vote

This page will explain your options for registering to vote, including: registering from home, in person, and where you receive services.

Learn How to Register to Vote

How to Cast your Vote

Learn about who can vote.  Then, learn about the different ways to vote in North Carolina.

More about Voting

Report Violations

You have the power to report violations of your rights!  Learn more about your options if your rights are violated at any step in the voting process.

Options to Report Violations

Access the Vote NC is an initiative of Disability Rights North Carolina

DRNC is a 501(c)3 nonprofit that works to defend the rights of people with disabilities in North Carolina.  To learn more about DRNC, or to support our work, please visit our website.