If you are a citizen of the country and a resident of a county in North Carolina, then you may have the right to vote in the elections that select your officials.
The guides below will give you more information on your right to vote in North Carolina.
Buncombe County is comprised of 80 separate voting locations
referred to as precincts. Each voting location is chosen
for its convenience, handicap accessibility, and State Board
of Elections regulations. Not all the precincts are in the
same voting districts.
Buncombe County consists of the following
voting districts based on your residential location: NC Senate
District 48 and 49, NC House Districts 114, 115 and 116.
Over the years, some of these precincts have been split by
either State legislatures or municipalities through annexations.
If you are not sure of your voting districts please visit
the Voter Search to determine the following:
- if you are registered
- what voting districts you are registered in
- NOTE: Scroll to bottom of results page for exact voting location
If you are having troubling determining whether or not you are registered or have questions regarding the voting districts you are part of, please contact us at 250-4200 or email Jennifer Sparks.