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Ways to get involved


In Wake County, citizens may register to vote, make changes in registration or obtain a mail-in registration form at the following locations:

  • Board of Elections, 339 S. Salisbury St.
  • Public Libraries
  • Drivers License Offices
  • Public Assistance Agencies
  • Public High Schools
  • Town Halls

    Agencies Serving Persons with Disabilities Or go to the Board of Elections website at msweb03.co.wake.nc.us/bordelec/default

    All voter registration forms must be at the election office 25 days prior to the election. Upcoming elections include the presidential primary on May 4 and the presidential elections on Nov. 2.


  • Howard Dean, Wednesday, April 7, www.dean2004.meetup.com
  • Bush in 2004, Tuesday, April 12, www.bush2004.meetup.com/368
  • John Kerry, Thursday, April 22, www.kerry2004.meetup.com
  • John Edwards, Tuesday, April 27, www.edwards2004.meetup.com
  • Wesley Clark, Monday, May 3, www.clark2004.meetup.com
  • Dennis Kucinich, Thursday, May 6, www.kucinich2004.meetup.com
  • Erskine Bowles, Thursday, May 6, www.ebbowlesforsenate.meetup.com/368

    All meetings at 7 p.m.; locations are sent after signing up for each candidate's meetup.

    Cat Warren and Betty Buller Whitehead will talk about MoveOn's campaign, "50 Ways to Love Your Country: How to Find Your Political Voice and Become a Catalyst for Change" at the Regulator Bookshop, 720 Ninth St., Durham, on Thursday, April 15, at 7 p.m.

    The Independent Weekly is looking for opportunities around the Triangle--at businesses and special events--to set up voter registration tables. If you have a location and would like to have our volunteers register voters, send us an e-mail at editors@indyweek.com and write "Registration Request" in the header. Or, if you'd like to volunteer to help staff one of the tables, write "Registration Volunteer" in the header.

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