Under 18?   You can make your voice heard in the 2020 March Elections by voting with Kids Voting Durham.  The Kids Voting ballot has both the School School Board Election and the County Commissioner primary.  And there are a lot of ways kids can vote — and bring their families with them while they do it!

VOTE ONLINE  at — use Voter ID “000”

 Online Kids Voting is available now through Election Day, November 6 at 7:30 pm when polls close.

VOTE AT SCHOOLS that have Kids Voting

If your school hasn’t signed up to be a Kids Voting school, they can still contact KVD at 919-560-7321 or to take part. 

VOTE AT PRECINT  during early voting or on Election Day

 North Regional Library Early Voting and several Election Day precincts have Kids Voting booths — Come out and vote as a family!  Find more information about how and where to vote in the Event section of the Kids Voting website. 


Want to know more about the candidates and office to be elected before you vote?  Check out the Kids Voting Durham Youth Candidate Guide written by youth for youth  (but is also a great resource for adults)  You can also find a sample ballot and other resources at

Make sure to check at on Wednesday. March 4 to see the Kids Voting results and how thousands of students across Durham voted!

Every Vote and Every Voice Matters!

Carolyn Kreuger

Carolyn has led Kids Voting Durham for over a decade. She loves Durham, working with youth, and local government.

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