Registration and voting information
Turbovote makes voting easy through a simultaneous online voter registration and ballot request process that takes minutes to complete. This tool helps manage voter registration deadlines and provides election reminders for all 50 states and the District of Columbia.
The closest early voting site to Duke is:
Karsh Alumni Center
Moyle Conference Room
2080 Duke University Rd
Durham, NC 27708
Frequently Asked Questions
Voters are not required to show photo ID for the 2022 primary election. A North Carolina Superior Court has permanently enjoined the law requiring photo ID for voting. Following a trial in April 2021, a three-judge panel in the Holmes v. Moore case concluded that the voter photo ID law violated the North Carolina Constitution. The court’s decision, which was issued on Sept. 17, 2021, means that voters are not required to show photo ID in elections in North Carolina. We will continue to monitor the status of voter ID requirements in North Carolina and will update accordingly.
- If you live on East Campus, write 1 Duke University East Campus on Line 1 (Durham, NC 27708).
- If you live on West Campus, write 1 Duke University West Campus on Line 1 (Durham, NC 27708).
- If you live off campus (for example, at 300 Swift Avenue), write your street address.
If you wish to vote in Durham County and have moved since previously registering (for example, from East Campus to West Campus, West to East, on-campus to off, or off-campus to on), you will need to update your registration. You do not need to update your registration if you move dorms but stay on the same campus.
- If you live on East or West Campus, enter: [Your P.O. Box number] on Line 1, [Duke University] on Line 2, and [Durham, NC 27708] on Line 3.
- If you live off campus, write your street address.