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The Pledge of the Vote

Welcome to your personalized page providing the necessary information to vote this upcoming November 2020. We are here to provide as much information to help you vote this year. Please use this page to gather as much information as needed. If you need additional support, please fill out the form below and a member from our Healing Waters Ministry will assist you further.

Who can register to vote?
To register, you must:

  • Be a US citizen
  • Be at least 16 years old and 18 years old by Election Day, Nov 3 to VOTE in 2020.
  • Live in North Carolina and the precinct where you′ll vote for 30 days before the election day
  • If you have been convicted of a felony, you can REGISTER AND VOTE if you are finished with your felony sentence and are not on probation or on parole for that sentence.
  • Not claim the right to vote in another state.

Next Step:

College Students-listen up.

Request an absentee ballot form. Prepare to vote safely in case your college is impacted by COVID on November 3rd.

Do you have access to a printer? Simply, submit your absentee ballot request form. Click on the link below. If you don’t have a printer…keep scrolling.

How to Tips on filling out your
State Absentee Ballot Request Form completely:

Instructions on how to fill out the form

  • The name and date of birth of the voter
  • The residential address of the voter (where the voter is registered to vote).
  • One of the following identification numbers for the voter:
    • North Carolina driver’s license
    • North Carolina special identification card for non-operators
    • Last four digits of social security number
  • The address where the voter wants the ballot to be mailed (if different from the residential address)
  • The name and address of the voter’s near relative or verifiable legal guardian if that individual is making the request.
  • The signature of the voter OR the signature of the voter’s near relative or legal guardian if that individual is making the request
  • INCLUDE your phone number or email address in case you forgot something, a member from the county of board elections can contact you

Provides the address for your county of board elections-mail to the address listed.

Now What?

Gather all your needed information.
Let us do our part and vote smartly!

If you do not have access to a printer or unable to mail off your absentee ballot request form,  click here 

Are you registered?


Are you waiting to get your ballot form in the mail?


What’s on Your Ballot

This upcoming election, you will be voting for these positions below which will impact the quality of healthcare, climate change and other important policies that affect each and every one of us here in North Carolina. provides comprehensive information on each candidate for the positions listed below. provided information regarding what’s on your ballot.


  • NC Commissioner of insurance
  • NC Commissioner of Labor
  • County Commissioner
  • NC General Assembly
  • NC Attorney General
  • US House of Representatives

You will be voting for these positions below which impact how people are treated in North Carolina.

  • Governor-appoints the head of the state police
  • NC Court of Appeals-reviews trial court decision at the district court level
  • County Commissioners-determine how much money is spent on law enforcement within your county
  • NC General Assembly-makes and changes current law. Determines what is or is not a crime in NC

You will be voting for these positions below which impact how people are treated in North Carolina.

  • Governor-has veto power on bills passed by NC legislature concerning education, school budget and teacher raises
  • County Commissioner- set the county budget for public schools, community colleges
  • Superintendent of Public Instruction-sets rules and oversee our public school system
  • NC General Assembly-passes the state budget for public schools. Sets the salary for school employees.
  • House of Representatives-approves federal budget for US Dept. of Education

You will be voting for these positions below which impact how people are treated in North Carolina.

  • Governor- introduce bills that protect the environment, people and wildlife
  • Soil and Water Conservation district supervisors-protects natural resources, conserves soil and water resources
  • Commissioner of agriculture-promotes agriculture, agribusiness, and forestry
  • NC General Assembly-pass laws that regulate pollution/environmental hazards. Pass bills providing financial help during natural disasters/state of emergency
  • NC Attorney General-take legal action on behalf o the state against companies and people that violate environmental laws

You will be voting for these positions below which impact how people are treated in North Carolina.


  • Governor-file bills to expand/change civil rights law. Veto bills that impact civil liberties.
  • State Auditor-keeps every state agency accountable by checking records, files and finances
  • US Congress- Expands or change laws regarding voting rights, reproductive rights, criminal justice.
  • Lieutenant Governor-serves across various boards-Education, Community Colleges, Economic development. Takes on duties of the Governor in the event of absence or death.

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