Interactive Polling Place Map
To find your designated polling place on November 3rd, enter your residential address into the interactive map below.
Early Voting for the November 3, 2020 General Election
Starting on October 15th, the following locations in Cary will serve as one-stop early voting sites in the 2020 General Election:
For Wake County Residents:
Herb Young Community Center, 101 Wilkinson Ave Cary, NC
Dates and hours
Cary Senior Center, 120 Maury O'Dell Place Cary, NC
Dates and hours
For Chatham County Residents: Cary residents who reside in Chatham County must vote at one of Chatham's six early voting sites.
A photo ID is not required to participate in the 2020 General Election. More voter information is available at the Wake County and Chatham County Boards of Elections websites, linked below.
Absentee Voting for the November 3, 2020 General Election
Absentee ballots can be requested through Wake County and Chatham County Boards of Elections.
November 3, 2020 General Election Day
On Election Day, November 3, 2020, residents should vote at their designated polling place. Use the Interactive Polling Place map located at the top of this page to identify your designated polling place.
Our elections are managed by Wake County Board of Elections and Chatham County Board of Elections.
For questions about any aspect of the voting process, please contact the State Board of Elections.
Wake County Board of Elections
Phone number: (919) 856-6240
Chatham County Board of Elections
Phone number: (919) 545-8500
Information on Municipal Elections (in odd-numbered years only)
Town elections are held in odd-numbered years. The mayor and all Council members serve four-year terms.
- The mayor, District B, District D and one at-large seat are elected in the cycle that includes 2023, 2027 and so on.
- District A, District C and one at-large seat are elected in the cycle that includes 2021, 2025 and so on.
A full list of current Council members and their terms is available from the Wake County Board of Elections website.