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Your Input Matters: Buncombe County's Primary Election Early Voting Survey

Update: On Oct. 17, the Board of Elections approved the Early Voting Plan. Click here to read more

Update: This survey has closed, with nearly 900 people sharing their thoughts. The Board of Elections heard a recap of input during their Sept. 12 Board Meeting and will vote to approve a plan at their Oct. 17 meeting. The public is invited to watch all Board of Elections meetings at and join us in person. Keep an eye on this article and we'll share updates and answers to many of your questions. 


Your voice matters about how the 2024 Primary Election’s Early Voting will be shaped. We want your feedback on the proposed times and locations for Early Voting via our six-question survey. The Buncombe County Board of Elections will take feedback into consideration when determining the locations and weekend hours for Early Voting.

For additional information about the proposed Early Voting dates, times, and locations, read below. And please take the survey here. Thank you for your input, we appreciate your feedback. The Board of Elections will meet on Tuesday, Sep. 12 to discuss public input of the Early Voting plan for the primary election and adopt it at the Oct. 17 meeting. After that, Buncombe County will publicize the finalized locations and hours on our website, through media partners, social media, and other platforms.

Proposed Early Voting information

Early Voting Period:
Feb. 15- March 2

Proposed locations
Black Mountain Library – 105 N. Dougherty St, Black Mountain 28711

East Asheville Library – 3 Avon Rd, Asheville 28805

Enka-Candler Library – 1404 Sand Hill Rd, Candler 28715

Fairview Library – 1 Taylor Rd, Fairview 28730

Leicester Community Center – 2979 New Leicester Hwy, Leicester 28748

North Asheville Location – TBD

South Buncombe Library – 260 Overlook Rd, Asheville 28803

2nd South Asheville Location – TBD

Weaverville Community Center – 60 Lakeshore Dr, Weaverville 28787

Wesley Grant Southside Center (in lieu of BOE) – 285 Livingston St, Asheville 28801

West Asheville Library – 942 Haywood Rd, Asheville 28806

Proposed hours
Please note that voting hours are 8 a.m. to 7:30 p.m., Monday – Friday, and on the last Saturday (March 2) hours are 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.,as mandated by state law. The Board of Elections can set weekend hours and determine the number of early voting sites.

Proposed weekend hours are 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Saturday, February 17

Saturday, February 24

Sunday, February  25

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Updated Jan 02, 2024 02:28 PM
Published Aug 03, 2023 10:39 AM