So-called "inactive voters" will be able to vote in the November election.
Pitt County Board of Elections Director Dave Davis says he's not sure where the rumor started, but inactive voters can vote on election day or at one-stop voting.
An inactive voter is a registered voter who has been sent two voter card mailings that have been returned undeliverable.
Poll workers will verify the voter's correct address. Otherwise, they are no different than "regular" active voters.
If you have not registered to vote, you can register and vote at the same time during early voting which starts October 18th.
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