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Warren County
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November 4, 2014
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Warren County Board of Elections

Board of Elections
309 North Main Street
PO Box 803
Warrenton, NC 27589
Phone: (252) 257 2114
Fax: (252) 257 5232
Hours: 8:30AM to 5:00PM Monday - Friday
Deborah Formyduval, Director
Email: dformyduval@co.warren.nc.us
Robin Green, Deputy Director


Board Members:
Merwin R. Dieckmann-Chairman
Sandra W. Shearin-Secretary
Gregory Solovieff-member
The Warren County of Elections has responsibility for conducting Federal, State, and local elections held within the County. The North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 163 and other applicable statutes govern the Warren County Board of Elections. The department has responsibility for the management of the voter registration information within Warren County.

View 2014 Important Dates to Remember.

For more information on the North Carolina Board of Elections, please visit http://www.sboe.state.nc.us/.

For information on absentee voting for Active Military Members and U.S. citizens outside of the country, click HERE.

FAQ’s

Q. Where can I get a Voter Application Form?
A. You can download the Form from our county web site by clicking this link to our county ONLINE FORMS and print out the North Carolina Voter Registration Application Update Form Board of Elections North Carolina Voter Registration Application Update Form

Q. How do I change my voter information?
A. Use the same North Carolina Voter Registration Application Update Form as above

Q. How do I know if I am registered to vote?
A. Call the Warren County Board of Elections office at 252-257-2114

Q. When is the deadline to register to vote in an Election?
A. If mailed, the registration form must be postmarked at least 25 days prior to the election. If hand-delivered, the registration form must be received at the Board of Elections office no later than 5:15 p.m. on the 25th day prior to the Election.

Q. How do I know where to vote?
A. When you register or make an address change or information change, or if the Board of Elections assigns you to a new precinct or polling place, the Board of Elections sends you a new voter card. Your voting place (polling place) is printed on the card. You are assigned a polling place based on the precinct where you live. Click HERE to view the List of Precincts in Warren County. If you don't know where to vote or if you have moved from the residence address that we have on file, please contact the Board of Elections office prior election day.