Real Vikings Vote



Elizabeth City State University is committed to assisting students with the local, state, and national election process. This non-partisan website is created to provide voter registration and voting information. This website does not endorse candidates, take political stances, or endorse or oppose legislation. This site serves as a non-partisan resource for students at Elizabeth City State and voters of Pasquotank County.


Voting is not only our right—it is our power -Loung Ung


Click here to learn how to vote and engage in our democracy. Below are tools for North Carolina voters:

 Voter Registration requirements for North Carolina:

 How to get involved

  1. Register and Vote!

When We All Vote, We're All Represented. Click here for more information.

          2. Become a Student Ambassador for Civic Engagement!

We are looking for Student Ambassadors for Civic Engagement. Each student ambassador will be responsible for organizing and facilitating a plan to register and educate their fellow classmates during the election seasons. Stipends will be paid at the end of each semester. For more information, please contact Dr. Tiffany Hinton at

         3. Become a Paid Election Poll Worker!

The Pasquotank County Board of Elections ensures that every voter in Pasquotank County has safe and equitable access to the polls. As students, you have a unique opportunity to help your community and get paid. To be an election poll worker, you must:

    • Be a registered voter in Pasquotank County;
    • Be at least 18 years old;
    • Be willing to work and train;
    • Be willing to wear PPE during all one-stop shifts and on election day;
    • Remain non-partisan in all activity involving the Pasquotank County Board of Elections;
    • Not be a treasurer for any candidate on the ballot or an officer in any political party
    • Working the polls opportunities on your campus or in your community

 For more information, complete this form here or contact Dr. Tiffany Hinton at