Welcome to the Monroe, North Carolina Democracy Center. At the Democracy Center we will help you with all your voting needs. We offer the following services:
- Check Your Voter Registration
- Register to Vote
- Restore your Voting Rights
- Arrange a free ride to the polls
- Pick up a Voter ID Requirements Card

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MDC Community Event

Monroe Democracy Center and the Union County NAACP Youth Council held panel discussion with community youth on Sat, May 20th.

Thank you to all who attended, we can't wait for more conversations with our youth!

Monroe Democracy Center

How to Register to Vote in NC

Monroe Democracy Center Presents:
Your Vote, Your Voice, Your Choice

On Saturday, October 15th, the Monroe Democracy Center hosted a panel discussion inviting college students and adults who want to engage in voter advocacy.

Monroe Democracy Center Presents:
South Monroe Fall Festival

On Saturday, November 5th, the Monroe Democracy Center & Community Friends held a free family event at the Old Armory Community Center. Community members came together to enjoy special festivities on a beautiful fall afternoon. Many were excited for the raffle drawing, and arts & craft activities for both children and adults!

Voting in North Carolina

Check your voter registration

Check Your Registration

Make sure you are vote ready. Check your voter registration status at least four (4) times a year; make sure that it reads "Active". When your voter registration status is Active, that means that you are "vote ready" for any North Carolina election.

Check Registration
Register to vote

Register to Vote

You may apply to register online; when the application is complete it will be forwarded to the North Carolina Board of Elections. If there are any issues with the application or if more information is needed, your county board of elections will contact you to complete the process.

Register to Vote
Have your voting rights been restored

Restoration of Rights

As a result of a recent N.C. Superior Court ruling, convicted felons in North Carolina may be eligible to register to vote if certain conditions are met.
You may now register and vote if you are serving an extended term of probation, post-release supervision due to outstanding fines, fees or restitution

Restoration of Rights