2013 Randolph County Precinct Changes
The Randolph County Board of Elections combined several voting precincts in 2013, reducing the number of precincts from 40 to 22. The Board mailed an updated voter card to every effected voter with the new precinct name and polling place.
Election Law requires that registered voters be assigned to a precinct according to their residence address.
Find My Polling Place
The chart below shows precincts, polling site locations, and the precinct-specific districts.
Precinct / Municipality
Polling Site & Location
Randolph Community Services Building
213 Balfour Drive
Central United Methodist Church
300 S. Main Street
Balfour Elementary School
2097 N. Asheboro School Road
Guy B. Teachey Elementary School
294 Newbern Avenue
Sunset Avenue Church of God
900 Sunset Avenue
Friendship Baptist Church
2235 Spero Road
Franklinville United Methodist Church
227 W. Main Street
Eastside Fire Department Training Center
4348 NC Hwy 42 South
Level Cross Community Building
112 Branson Mill Road
Liberty Town Hall
239 S. Fayetteville Street
Cedar Square Friends Meeting
7546 Harlow Road
Friendly Baptist Church
8102 NC Hwy 22
Ramseur Town Hall
724 Liberty Street
First United Methodist Church
301 S. Main Street
Coleridge Elementary School
4528 NC Hwy 22-42
First Baptist Church of Seagrove
7931 US Hwy 220 S
Farmer Elementary School
3557 Grange Hall Road
Staley Fire Station
410 West Railroad Street
Hopewell Elementary School
6294 Welborn Rd.
Tabernacle Elementary School
4901 Tabernacle School Road
Poplar Ridge Friends Meeting
3673 Hoover Hill Rd.
Southmont Elementary School
2497 Southmont Drive
All Randolph County polling places have a 50-foot "No Campaigning" buffer zone.
(N.C. General Statute 163-166.4)
When are the polls open?
The polls are open from 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. on Election Day.
What do I need to bring with me to my polling place?
You are not required to show your voter card when you vote. As long as you provided a valid identification number on your voter registration application, you will not be required to show ID before voting. Just in case, first-time voters are encouraged to bring a current form of identification that lists your name and residence address.
Can I go to any polling place in the county?
It is important that you go to your assigned polling place, because that is the only place where your name will be printed in the poll book. Going to your assigned polling place will also ensure that you receive a ballot containing the contests that match the jurisdictions of your residence address.
What should I do if I moved and did not update my address?
If you have moved and do not update your address before the voter registration deadline, you will not be listed in the poll book at your new polling place. It is a violation of the law to vote at your old polling place if your move date is greater than 30 days before Election Day.
For voters who have moved, the easiest option is to
vote at an early voting site where you can update your address and vote at the same time. If you prefer to vote on Election Day.
If you plan to vote on Election Day, it is important to complete and submit a
voter registration application before the election's registration deadline. If you miss the deadline, call the Board of Elections to find out where your new polling place is located. You will be able to vote at your new polling place, but you will first need to inform the poll worker of your new address.
What if I am physically unable to enter the polling place?
Curbside voting is offered at all Randolph County polling places. If a voter cannot enter the polling place without assistance due to age or physical disability, he or she may vote either in the vehicle conveying such person or in the immediate vicinity of the polling place simply by sending the driver of the vehicle to request assistance.