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Vote in Libertarian US Senate Primary today

Registered Libertarians and unaffiliated voters can vote in the Libertarian US Senate primary in North Carolina.
Registered Libertarians and unaffiliated voters can vote in the Libertarian US Senate primary in North Carolina.
LPNC

The second primary in the history of the Libertarian Party of North Carolina will be held Tuesday. The Libertarian U.S. Senate primary is open to all registered Libertarians and unaffiliated voters. Polls are open from 6:30 a.m. until 7:30 p.m.

If you are registered Libertarian, when you go to vote the poll workers should give you the Libertarian ballot. If the don't, ask for it. Don't take no for an answer. If you have to, speak to the senior poll worker, the chief judge.

If you are registered unaffiliated, the poll worker should ask you which primary ballot you want. Ask for the Libertarian ballot. Again, if they don't tell you – ask – and insist.

If you are not given a primary ballot in either case, let us know right away.Call the LPNC at this number listed on our website: 919-283-5295.

Leave your name, email and telephone number, your county and precinct number, the name of the poll worker you talked to, and the approximate time you tried to vote.

We'll check into it as quickly as possible and let you know what we find out.

Check your voter registration and precinct here.