NC State To Host Early Voting Site
Learn where to go and what to bring in order to vote in the U.S. primary elections from Feb. 15 to March 2.
From Feb. 15 to March 2, those who are registered to vote in Wake County — including NC State students, faculty and staff — can cast their ballot in the U.S. primary elections at Talley Student Union.
This year, early voting will take place in Room 2260, the former location of WolfXPress and now the seating and study area next to One Earth. Voters should follow the signage at the side entrance between Talley and Reynolds Coliseum.
During the early voting period, guest parking will be available in the Jeter Drive parking lot for those outside the campus community. The first bay will be reserved for voters without an NC State parking permit from Feb. 15 to 27, and both the first and second bays will be used Feb. 28 through March 2.
A valid photo ID is required in order to vote in the 2024 primary elections. In addition to traditional forms of ID such as driver’s licenses and passports, the NC State Wolfpack One Card is accepted. For first-time voters or those who need to update their registration, same-day registration will be available at early voting sites only.