Elections 2020
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As a service to the voting LGBTQ community 
we have set up quick links
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State, Federal, and Local Candidates 

Buncombe County & State Voting Guide 

Early Voting Places

Buncombe County  

Curb Side Voting

Another feature Buncombe County Election Services offers is Curbside Voting for those who are unable to go inside due to age or disability. Just pull up to the Curbside Voting sign, and an election worker will come out and help you. Curbside voting is available during Early Voting and on Election Day at all voting locations.

If you have any additional questions, please call (828) 250-4200.




October 15- October 31
Buncombe County: 

EARLY VOTING is Oct. 15 to Oct. 31  Buncombe Co. citizens may go to any of these 20 EARLY VOTING Locations 

16 locations are open 10am-6pm on weekdays and two Saturdays, Oct. 20 through Nov. 4; and on Saturday, Nov. 5, 8am-1pm. The first 8 listed are also open SUNDAY, Oct. 30, 1:00-6:00 pm 

(1) Black Mountain Branch Library, 105 N Dougherty St, Black Mountain (also Sunday); 
(2) Enka/Candler Branch Library, 1404 Sandhill Rd, Candler (also Sunday, Oct. 30);
(3) Fairview Branch Library, 1 Taylor Rd, Fairview (also Sunday, Oct 30);
 (4) Leicester Branch Library, 1561 Alexander Rd, Leicester (also Sunday, Oct 30); 
(5) North Asheville Branch Library, 1030 Merrimon Ave, Asheville (also Sunday, Oct 30);
(6) Pack Memorial Library, 67 Haywood St, Asheville (also Sunday, Oct 30); 
(7) South Buncombe Branch Library, 260 Overlook Rd, Asheville (also Sunday, Oct 30); 
(8) West Asheville Branch Library, 942 Haywood Ave, Asheville (also Sunday, Oct 30);
 (9) Asheville Mall, 3 S Tunnel Rd, Asheville; 
(10) Avery's Creek Community Center, 899 Glenn Bridge Rd, Arden; 
(11) Bee Tree Fire Department, 510 Bee Tree Rd, Swannanoa; 
(12) Wesley Grant Sr-Southside Ctr., 285 Livingston Rd, Asheville;
 (13) New Hope Presbyterian Church, 3070 Sweeten Creek Rd, Asheville;
(14) The Monƞord Building, 90 Monƞord Ave, Asheville; 
(15) University of North Carolina Asheville, 1 University Hts, Asheville;
(16) Weaverville Town Hall, 30 S Main St, Weaverville. 

4 other locations are open 10am to 6pm on weekdays and one Saturday, Oct. 27 through Nov. 4; and on Saturday, Nov. 5, 8am-1pm.

(1) AB Tech (Mission Health/Conference Ctr), 16 Fernihurst Dr, Asheville; 
(2) Murphy-Oakley Recreation Ctr, 749 Fairview Rd, Asheville;
(3) Pole Creek Baptist Church, 96 Snow Hill Church Rd, Candler; 
(4) Woodfin Community Center, 11 Community St, Asheville. 

For questions, call the Buncombe County Board of Elections
 at 828-250-4200 

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2020
Absentee Ballots are currently being sent out to all North Carolinian's that requested one. 
If you did not fill out the form or receive one in the mail, here is the link to have one sent to you.  MAIL IN BALLOT REQUEST. 
Voting by mail is both easy and safe. 
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