Pitt County Board of Elections
One-Stop Turnout Statistics
For statistics related to One-Stop turnout, click HERE to access our Google Sheet.
Election Day Turnout
On Election Day, November 7, 2023, precincts will report the number of voters who have cast a ballot at 10:00 am, 2:00 pm, and 4:00 pm. To see those turnout numbers click HERE to access the Google Sheet.
We Have Moved!
Our new office will open for the public beginning Wednesday, July 26, 2023. Our new location is 1800 N. Greene St., Suite C, Greenville NC 27834, inside the Technology Enterprise Center.
We are still setting up everything; so, when you arrive please call the office at 252-902-3300 and someone will come out to greet you.
Stop by and see us.
Photo ID for Voting
Voters will now be asked to present a valid photo identification when voting in person. If you do not have a valid photo ID card, you may obtain one from your county board of elections prior to the election, through the end of the early voting period.
If you do not have a valid photo ID card on Election Day, you may still vote and have your vote counted by signing an affidavit of reasonable impediment (or “Photo ID Exception Form”) as to why you have not presented a valid photo ID. The Exception Form can also be used if you have a religious objection to being photographed or are a victim of a recently declared natural disaster.
As an alternative, if you don’t have your ID when you vote, you can still vote and then bring your valid photo ID to your county board of elections by 5 p.m. on the ninth day after Election Day.
If you vote by mail, then you must include a photocopy of a valid photo ID when returning your ballot. You may also complete the Absentee Photo ID Exception Form that is provided with your absentee ballot materials.
NC State Board of Elections Voter Search Tool
The following are 10 facts about North Carolina’s photo ID requirement for voting:
- Voters will be asked to show photo ID when voting in North Carolina, starting with the 2023 municipal elections.
- Most voters will simply show their NC driver’s license, but many other types of photo ID will be accepted. See the list of acceptable IDs at Voter ID.
- Voters without ID can get a “No Fee ID Card” from the NCDMV. Soon, voters will also be able to get a free ID from their county board of elections.
- The State Board is developing a process for approving student and public employee IDs for voting. Lists will be added to the Voter ID website as soon as IDs are approved.
- When a voter checks in to vote at a polling place, they will be asked to show an acceptable photo ID. Election workers check to see if the picture on the ID reasonably resembles the voter. The address on the photo ID does not have to match the voter registration records.
- All voters will be allowed to vote with or without a photo ID. If the voter does not show an acceptable ID, the voter may vote with an ID Exception Form and a provisional ballot, or vote with a provisional ballot and return to their county board of elections office with their photo ID by the day before county canvass. (For municipal elections in November, the deadline is the second Thursday following Election Day.)
- Permitted exceptions to the photo ID requirement include the following: The voter has a reasonable impediment to showing photo ID (lack of transportation, lost or stolen ID, disability or illness, family responsibilities, etc.); the voter has a religious objection to being photographed; or the voter was a victim of a natural disaster within 100 days of Election Day.
- When a registered voter cannot produce a photo ID, the county board of elections must count that ballot if the voter properly completes the ID Exception Form or brings an acceptable ID to their county board of elections before the county canvass.
- Voters who vote by mail will be asked to include a photocopy of an acceptable ID inside the photo ID envelope that comes with their ballot. If they are unable to include a photocopy of their ID, they may complete an ID Exception Form with the absentee ballot return envelope. Photo ID is not required for military or overseas voters who vote using special absentee voting procedures that federal law makes available for such voters.
- For more information, see Voter ID and FAQ: Voter ID. These web pages will be updated frequently with the latest information.
Elections Office Services
- Determines electoral district voting status for all voters, including voters affected in areas annexed by municipalities
- In-person and mail-in voter registration
- Provides absentee voting services as authorized by statute
- Updates voter records upon receipt of signed change registration forms
New voter registration, political party changes, and address changes (if move made more than 30 days prior to an election) should be received in the Elections Office before the books close on the 25th day prior to any election. For the 2023 Municipal Election the registration deadline is October 13, 2023.
Change of Address
Moving could change a person’s voting precinct and districts. It is unlawful to vote in a precinct from which one has moved more than 30 days prior to an election. Questions should be directed to the Elections Office. Voter Guides including pertinent voting information are mailed to voters with voter registration cards.
- NC Voter Registration Form (2023.04)
- UOCAVA Election Notice (2023-07-31)
- Notice of Polling Place Change - 2023 - 1501, 1505B, 1507
- NOTICE of Election for November 2023-Final
- Notice of Buffer Zones - 2023 Muni
- Notice of Absentee Meetings - 2023 Muni
- One-Stop Flyer - 2023 Municipal
- Composite Sample Ballot - 2023 Municipal