Board of Elections

Voters will not be required to show photo ID for the
 March 3, 2020, primary election.

  • In a December 31 order, a federal district court blocked North Carolina’s voter photo ID requirement from taking effect.  The injunction will remain in place until further order of the court.

2020 Election Calendar


March 2020 Poll Worker Computer Training

Training Schedule Flyer Image

March 2020 One-Stop Locations


March 2020 Primary Quick Links

To view the candidates who will be participating in the March 2020 Primary Election on March 3, 2020.

Where can I vote between February 13 and February 29, 2020?

What location do I vote at on March 3, 2020?

Where can I go for more voter resource links?

What will my ballot look like for the March Primary?

Poll Worker SOSA/One-Stop Training Guide

Poll Worker OVRD/Election Day Training Guide

Onslow County Registered Voters

Registered Voter Counts update each Monday morning.

Registered Voters as of January 21, 2020

GRAND TOTAL106,091+89


The Board of Elections provides free, open, honest and professionally managed election services to our community. This office has the responsibility of protecting the will of the people, protecting democracy and establishing fairness and equity for all in the process of self governance.


Board members are sworn in every odd year. They serve two year terms. There are always five members, with no more than three being from the same party. The party chairs nominate persons to serve on the board, and then the State Board of Elections appoints the members. The five board members vote between themselves who will be Chairman and Secretary. 

  • Jason Dedmond, Director
  • Mike Morgan, Chairman
  • Glenn Spradling, Secretary
  • Kevin Buffell, Board Member
  • Stephanie Moser, Board Member
  • Marcia Wright, Board Member

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