2022 General Election Candidates

Click HERE to view a list of 2022 General Election candidates. Per NC law it follows the candidate ordering convention from the Primary: alphabetical order going forward, beginning with the letter C; a candidate’s party affiliation is not a factor in candidate order.

Poll Workers

Every Election Day polling place in North Carolina is staffed with three appointed judges; a Chief Judge and two Judges who serve a two-year term. Among these three judges both major political parties must be represented. In addition to the three judges, poll worker assistants help conduct the election. The number of assistants at a polling place is dependent on the size of the precinct. These assistants, along with the judges, perform various duties for which they'll be trained:

  • Check-In Table
    • Receive the voter’s name, address, and party (during primaries only) to verify their registration.
  • Ballot Table
    • Provide the voter with their ballot; instruct them how to mark the ballot and feed it into the DS200 voting machine.
  • Voting Equipment
    • Open and start voting machines. Respond to any alarms/alerts from the voting machine. After the polls close, close the machine and print results tapes in the presence of the three Judges.
  • Help Table
    • Process voters with address changes. Transfer and direct voters to the correct polling place. Offer and provide voters provisional ballot materials and instructions on the provisional process.
  • Greeter / Curbside
    • Greet and direct voters as they enter the polling place. Assist voters who, due to age or disability, cannot enter the polling place.

Compensation for poll workers:

  • Chief Judges: $150
  • Judges: $135
  • Assistants: $120
  • Training: $15
  • Polling place setup: $15

If you are interested in serving as a Pitt County Poll Worker please complete the interest survey by clicking HERE.

NC State Board of Elections Voter Search Tool

Click the Voter Search Tool image below to view your registration information which includes: sample ballot, assigned voting districts, and assigned Election Day polling place.Voter Search Tool Opens in new window

Voter Photo ID

Voters are not required to show photo ID until further order of the courts.

  • Until further order of the courts, voters are not required to show photo ID. The law was enjoined by a federal district court on December 31, 2019. 
  • This page will be updated when new information is available.

  • En una orden del 31 de diciembre, un tribunal federal de distrito bloqueó el requisito de identificación con foto para votación en Carolina del Norte. El requerimiento permanecerá en vigencia hasta nueva orden de la corte.
  • Esta página se actualizará cuando haya nueva información disponible.

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 2022 General Election the registration deadline is October 14, 2022.

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.

Informational Documents