How can I be removed from your registration rolls?

There are several ways to cancel your own Carteret County registration:

When you register to vote in a new county or state, you can complete the "Previous Voter Registration" section of the registration form. The county or state will notify Carteret County that you have moved, and we will cancel your Carteret County registration.

Complete the back of your voter card with the new address and county information and send the voter card to the Carteret County Board of Elections.

Click here to access a cancellation form to remove yourself from our voter registration records.

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1. How do I register to vote?
2. What are the qualifications to register/vote?
3. Where can I get voter registration/change forms?
4. How do I change my information? Name/Party/Address
5. Where do I vote?
6. What time do the polls open?
7. What if I cannot enter or visit my polling place?
8. What is Absentee Voting and One-Stop Voting?
9. What is a provisional ballot/transferred voter?
10. How can I be removed from your registration rolls?
11. I am registered unaffiliated, may I vote in a Primary Election?
12. When is the deadline to register to vote in an election?
13. I drive by a polling place on my way to work. Can't I just vote there?
14. How do I know if my voter registration is up to date?
15. How do election officials prevent someone from voting twice?
16. What are my rights as a voter?
17. When will ballots be mailed for the 2022 Statewide Primary and Election?
18. I've completed my absentee ballot request. Is there a way to track when my ballot will arrive?
19. I am a visually impaired voter, is there an easy way for me to request and vote with an Absentee Ballot?
20. May I mail my voted absentee ballot together with another voter's Absentee Ballot in the same envelope?
21. May I request an absentee ballot by mail for someone else?
22. Who is qualified to vote absentee ballot by mail?
23. How can I receive an absentee ballot by mail?
24. Can I get information about the election security?