Photo ID (Identification)
Now Required

By the North Carolina General Assembly.

Voters will now be asked to show photo ID when voting in person and via absentee ballot.

Complete information can be found on our Photo ID webpage.

State Board Recognizes
No Labels
as a Political Party

The State Board of Elections recognizes the No Labels Party as an official political party in North Carolina.

Read the complete press release for more information

NOTE: Currituck County does NOT have an election for 2023.

Upcoming Elections For Currituck County

Presidential Primary Election:
March 5, 2024 (subject to change)

Voter Registration Deadlines: 

Civilian Voters: February 4, 2024 | 5:00 p.m.
25-day Civilian deadline to register to vote for the March 5, 2024 primary election is February 4, 2024 at 5:00 p.m..

Military & Overseas Voters: March 4, 2024 | 5:00 p.m.
If you are a military or overseas voter, the voter registration deadline for the March 5, 2024 primary election is March 4, 2024 at 5:00 p.m..

Presidential General Election:
November 5, 2024

The Currituck County Board of Elections conducts federal, state, and county elections. This department has the overall responsibility for the administration of:

  • voter registration
  • electoral process
  • and campaign finance disclosures.

The Board of Elections operates under a 5 member board appointed every 2 years by the State Board of Elections. The present board consists of:

  • Edward Ponton, Chair
  • Eldon Miller, Secretary
  • Geraldine “Gerry” Forbes
  • Dorothy “Dot” Johnson
  • Alice Malesky
Responsibilities of the Board of Elections
  • Conducts Federal, State and County elections
  • Registers all eligible voters who meet age and residency requirements
  • Tallies elections results
  • Appoints and trains precinct officials
  • Maintains records on registered voters and voting patterns in the County
  • Provides for the purchase (pdf) of printouts, diskettes, and address labels