Poll Volunteers Needed!
Early voting starts in about a month. We need your help during early voting and on election day! You can volunteer by signing up as a Poll Observer or as a Poll Greeter.
Poll Observers are inside the voting area and act as our eyes and ears ensuring election integrity. You'll be the person letting us know if everything is going as it should or not. This is a critical role, which requires training, and scheduling at least 5 days in advance. We'll have multiple training opportunities. The Deadline to Sign Up is October 9th.
Poll Greeters are 50 feet or more outside the voting area, welcoming voters, and handing out sample ballots, candidate materials, slate cards, and voter guides. We're looking for fun, friendly, and upbeat people to help. Specifically in 4 critical locations where you can help multiple Republican candidates at once!
On-line training is required for both poll observers and poll greeters and will be available on various dates and at multiple times throughout the week of October 2 - 6. A two-hour in-person training session also will be provided by NCGOP in the Charlotte area, the evening of October 10. All poll observers and poll greeters are encouraged to attend this session.
A Critical Issue We Face As A Party
Election Integrity is a cornerstone of any democratic system. It ensures that the people's will is accurately reflected in the outcome of elections. When the integrity of our elections is compromised, it erodes public trust in the democratic process and undermines the legitimacy of elected officials.
The ballot must be safeguarded to prevent tampering and manipulation. We must ensure that only eligible voters cast a ballot, votes are recorded accurately, and the counting process is transparent and free from interference. It is imperative that appropriate measures are taken to ensure the security and accuracy of electronic voting machines to reinforce voter confidence.
For multiple election cycles now, NCGOP has been recruiting, training, and deploying hundreds of attorneys and thousands of poll observers across North Carolina. North Carolina has been nationally recognized for our “protect the vote effort.”
Swearing in Republican Board of Election Members, Elizabeth McDowell and Mary Summa
Our municipal elections in 2023, and the all-important presidential election in 2024, will be affected by an important new requirement – Voter ID. In addition, the NC Senate has recently introduced legislation to ensure elections in North Carolina are fair and transparent