Elections officials in Pitt County say they have seen a surge in voter registrations as the deadline looms.
This Friday is the last day to register to vote in the North Carolina primary on May 6.
Election officials expect voter turnout will be high because it it such a big election year. They say about 95,000 Pitt County residents have registered to vote, up 10,000 compared to last year.
If you have not registered to vote you can pick up a form at the election office, the library, town hall, DMV, and you can even download the form on-line.
If you haven't registered by Friday you can take part in one-stop early voting between April 17th and May 3. You can check with your local elections office for specific locations.