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A Special Election will be held on Tuesday, September 10, 2019 in Pitt County to vote in the following contests:
US House of Representatives – District 3
Polls will be open from 6:30am until 7:30pm on the day of the election, Tuesday, September 10.
One-Stop early voting will be open weekdays from 7:00 am until 7:00 pm on August 21 – 23, August 26 – 30, and September 3 – 6 at the Center at Alice Keene Park, 4561 County Home Rd., Greenville Canvass will be held in the Pitt County Board of Elections office at 11:00 am on Monday, September 16.
Absentee voting by mail is available. Requests for an absentee ballot must be made on an absentee request form (available on the State Board of Elections website and at the County Board of Elections office), and must be received in the Pitt County Board of Elections office by 5:00 pm on Tuesday, September 3. Absentee voting requires the voter to complete an application on the return envelope that must be witnessed by two qualified persons or a notary public. Completed absentee ballots must be returned to the Pitt County Board of Elections by 5:00 pm on Election Day (ballots received by mail after this time will be timely if received within three business days and postmarked by Election Day). Voters may receive assistance voting a mail-in absentee ballot from a qualified person of their choice. If the voter lives in a facility such as a nursing home, and the voter’s near relative or legal guardian is not available, the voter or the facility can arrange to have the County Board of Elections schedule a visit by a Multipartisan Assistance Team to provide assistance and serve as witnesses.
Voters voting in person are entitled to assistance by an election official, or, if assistance is needed due to disability or illiteracy, by a qualified person of their choice. Voting sites are accessible to all voters. Curbside voting is available for voters who are not able to enter voting sites.
All persons within Congressional District 3 who are registered to vote with the Pitt County Board of Elections may vote in this election. Persons who are not already registered to vote in the county must register by Friday, August 16 to vote in this election. Voters who are not registered in the county by August 16 may still register and vote during the One-Stop early voting period. Persons who register during One-Stop will be required to provide documentation of their identity and residence. Voters who wish to change party affiliation or who must update their name or address must do so by August 16. Voters who fail to make a change in name or address by that time must update the information when presenting to vote, and may be asked to vote a provisional ballot.
Persons with questions about registration, polling places, early voting, absentee ballots, a Multipartisan Assistance Team visit to a facility, or other election matters may call the Pitt County Board of Elections office at 252-902-3300.