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Registered and Confused About Which Precinct to Vote at Today? Click Here for all the Details and Directions

By Jesse Wood

Nov. 6, 2012. Are you registered to vote but confused on where to cast your ballots?

Click to the N.C. State Board of Election’s website and type in your information – name, date of birth and county – to find out which poll you should vote at. The website also provides directions to the voting sites.

Also, depending on which side of campus ASU students live on, students will either vote at the Plemmons Student Union on the campus of ASU or at the Watauga County Cooperative Extension’s Agricultural Center. Those that live on the west side of campus, vote at Plemmons Student Union. Those that live on east side of campus, vote at the Agricultural Center.

All voting places in Watauga County will be open from 6:30 a.m. until 7:30 p.m. on Election Day. Below is a listing of all the precincts.

Watauga Precincts Open on Election Day: 

1 Bald Mountain Todd Fire Department
2 Beaver Dam Beaver Dam Fire Department
3 Blowing Rock Blowing Rock Town Hall
4 Blue Ridge Laurel Fork Baptist Church
5 Boone 1 Watauga County Admin Building 
6 Boone 2 Plemmons Student Union – Table Rock Room 
7 Brushy Fork Oak Grove Baptist Church
8 Cove Creek Western Watauga Community Center
9 Elk Stewart Simmons Fire Department
10 Laurel Creek Cove Creek Fire Department
11 Meat Camp Green Valley Elementary School
12 Boone 3 Agricultural Conference Center
13 New River 1 Boone Town Hall – Council Chambers
14 New River 2 Three Forks Baptist Association
15 New River 3 National Guard Armory
16 North Fork Edgar Eller’s Garage
17 Shawneehaw Matney Community Center
18 Stony Fork Deep Gap Fire Department
19 Watauga Foscoe Fire Department
20 Beech Mountain Buckeye Recreation Center


There are 19 precincts in Avery County:

Banner Elk
Beech Mountain
Cary’s Flat
Elk Park
Newland 1
Newland 2
Roaring Creek