Actively supporting a body politic or state established on a lawful foundation is an important part of the reciprocal agreement between citizen and government, as illustrated in the opening of our very own state constitution. Voting is an important aspect of this support, as we seek to grow this state to a point adequately protecting our citizens who are fighting for their proper status and associated rights.
The following is a quick guide on voting in the North-Carolina American Republic.
In order to vote in the North-Carolina American Republic, you must:
When Do I Vote?
Elections are held December 1st, every other/odd year (ie. 1997, 1999, 2001, 2003, etc.). Votes must be in by the end of this day.
How Do I Receive A Ballot? How Do I Vote? Subscribe to our email newsletter. Your candidate choices, along with some brief voting instructions, will be emailed to you, usually a week or two prior to election day (times may vary). Voting is done electronically, via email.
Who Can I Vote For?
You may vote for one representative and one senator in your county. You may also vote for Chief Magistrate.
How Are Election Results Announced?
Results are announced via email newsletter, and officers are sworn in at the next meeting following the election. To receive these results, make sure you are subscribed to our email newsletter.