Nearly 2.55 million people went to the polls during the early voting period that ended Saturday, according to the latest figures available from the State Board of Elections. These numbers aren't final. Board staff will continue to update them. See a breakdown below.
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North Carolina's primary election is getting started this week. Today is the first day voters can request absentee ballots for the May 8 primary. The primary is 50 days away and early voting starts in 31 days. Here's a few other important dates:
April 13: Final day to change party affiliation and register to vote for primary. (Voters can also register at one-stop early voting.)
April 19: Early voting begins.
May 1: Final day to request absentee ballots in writing (except for illness or disability).
May 5: Final day for early voting.
May 8: Primary day. Polls close at 7:30 p.m.