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There are several ways an existing voter can make changes to their voter registration record.
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If a resident has lived in Brunswick County for 30 days prior to the election and misses the voter registration deadline, they may go to any early voting site to register and vote the same day. The individual will be required to provide acceptable proof of residence before they can become registered. The Notice to Same Day Registrants (PDF) provides more details, including a list of acceptable proof of residence documents. Same-day registration is only available during one-stop early voting; it is not available on election day.
To remove your own registration, use the Voter Registration Cancellation Form (PDF).
To remove a voter due to death, please download and complete the Notification of Deceased Voter Form (PDF). This form may only be completed by a near relative or personal representative of the deceased voter's estate.
Either of these forms can be returned to our office via mail, faxed to 910-253-2618, or by email to the Board of Elections.
Pursuant to N.C.G.S. section 163-82.10 and Chapter 132 of the General Statutes, the State Board of Elections is required to make most voter information available to the public. All voter registration information is public record except for full or partial social security numbers, dates of birth, driver's license numbers, the identity of the public agency at which the voter registered under N.C.G.S. section 163-82.20, and the email address of a military-overseas voter. Additionally, your signature may only be viewed by the public and cannot be copied or traced.
Note: Third parties often access and use publicly available voter registration data for various purposes, and the agency has no authority to control their use of publicly available information.
According to N.C.G.S. section 163-82.10(e), a voter's address will be kept confidential if a registered voter submits to the county board of elections either 1) a copy of a 50B protective order; 2) a restraining order; or 3) a current and valid Address Confidentiality Program authorization card issued according to the provisions of Chapter 15C of the General Statutes, along with a signed statement that the voter has good reason to believe that the physical safety of the voter or a member of the voter's family residing with the voter would be jeopardized if the voter's address was open to public inspection. To find out whether you are eligible to have your information withheld from the public under the Address Confidentiality program, please visit Address Confidentiality, NCDOJ.