Notice of Change in Law

NOTICE OF CHANGE IN LAW AND POSSIBILITY OF SUBSTANTIAL RECORDING FEES Effective October 1, 2015 The General Assembly revised the law governing register of deeds recording fees (Session Law 2015-227, revising G.S. 161-10(a)(1)), effective October 1, 2015. This new provision was added to the law: For a6 instrument that contains excessive recording data, the fee […]


Paint Party – April 30, 2016 Ice Cream Social – May 16, 2016 Fishing Trip to Virginia Beach – June 1, 2016 Trip to Atlanta – June 8-10, 2016 Book Reading Event – August 5, 2016, 2016 Elder Fair- November 10, 2016, Back to Office of Aging Home

Office of Aging – Activities and Programs

Chair Exercise Classes  (Classes will begin on February 15, 2016) Balance and Stretch Classes (Classes will begin on February 22, 2016) Total Body & Cardio Classes (Classes will begin on February 22, 2016) Take Control of your Diabetes (6 Week Workshop)  Genealogy Classes (Classes will begin on June 13, 2016 – Limited Availability) Computer Technology Classes – Microsoft Word […]

Voter ID Information

Beginning in 2016, voters who present to vote — either on the day of a primary or election or during early voting (one-stop absentee voting) — will be required to show a photo ID that bears a reasonable resemblance to the voter. Acceptable forms of photo ID include: Acceptable Photo ID Starting in 2016 Unexpired […]

Election Types

Types of Elections Held An election is a formal decision-making process by which a population chooses an individual to hold public office. Laws, rules, and procedures in North Carolina elections may differ depending on the type of election. The following paragraphs explain some of these differences. General Elections General elections have the most offices and […]

Elections – Calendar of Events

Calendar of Events       September 1 Labor Day (Office Closed) 4 Board Meeting @ 5 5 Absentee By Mail Begins       October 2 Board Meeting @ 5 10 Last Day to Register 14 Absentee Meeting @ 5 21 Absentee Meeting @ 5 23 Absentee One-Stop Begins 28 Absentee Meeting @ 5 28 Last Day Absentee By Mail […]

Board of Elections – About Us

About the Hertford County Board of Elections It is the mission of the Hertford County Board of Elections to ensure that elections are free, fair, accurate, convenient and accessible to all voters in Hertford County. Responsibilities of the Elections Office include: Processing and maintaining all voter registration records including new registrations, party and address changes, […]

Elections Candidate Filing Begins

Hertford County Board of Elections candidate filing begins Monday, February 10, 2014 at 12:00 noon and ends Friday, February 28, 2014 at 12:00 noon.

9-1-1 Governance Board Members

The members of the Hertford County E-911Governance Board are: Hertford County Sheriff, Juan Vaughan Murfreesboro Police Chief, Darrell Rowe Ahoskie Police Chief, Troy Fitzhugh Hertford County Emergency Management Director, Chris Smith Hertford County EMS Director, James Broglin Ahoskie Fire Chief, Ken Dilday Hertford County Firefighters Association Represenative, Bryant Cooke Ahoskie Town Councilman, Maurice Vann Murfreesboro […]

About Becoming a Precinct Official

About Becoming a Precinct Official What is a Precinct Official? A precinct official works at the precinct to assist voters in voting, and to report the votes to the elections office when the precinct closes on election night. Five or more precinct officials staff each of the county’s polling places on Election Day in every […]

Elections – Voter Registration Information

How to Register to Vote First, check to see if you are already registered at: If you are not already registered, you may register to vote in Hertford County if you are: A citizen of the United States (if convicted of a felony, citizenship rights must have been restored).A person 18 years of age […]