Columbia, North Carolina - Honoring Our Past, Designing Our Future

     Elections are an important part of a democracy.  Residents of Columbia are encouraged to participate in this process.  The following questions may provide information on voting in the town of Columbia.  Please feel free to contact the Director of Elections with further questions. 

Where do I register to vote?

The following is a list of locations in Tyrrell County where residents can register to vote or obtain voter registration forms:

1.  The Board of Elections Office

2.  The Tyrrell County Public Library

3.  The Tyrrell County Department of Social Services

4.  WIC at the Tyrrell County Health Department

5.  The NC DMV License Examiners's Mobile Office

6.  Columbia High School

When are elections held?

Municipal elections for the town of Columbia are held on the 1st Tuesday in November in odd number years.

Where do I vote?
Residents of the town of Columbia vote at Tyrrell Hall on US Highway 64/Scuppernong Drive from 6:30 am to 7:30 pm on election day.
Who is eligible to vote?

Potential voters must have been a resident in Columbia for 30 days and be 18 years of age. 

Columbia Municipal Election

Alderman---term 4 years----2 Seats

Filing Opens:

Friday, July 5, at NOON

Filing Closes:

Friday, July 19, at NOON

Who should I contact with further questions?

Director of Elections for the Town of Columbia and Tyrrell County is located at the Board of Elections office on 403 Main Street and can be reached by calling 252-796-0775.  The mailing address is:

Board of Elections

PO Box 449

Columbia, NC  27925

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