Ex-Felons do have the right to vote in NC (with some exceptions). If once convicted of a felony, you will have to re-register to vote during early voting.
Also, if you are convicted of a misdemeanor in North Carolina, you do not lose your right to vote, even if you are incarcerated.
NC State Board of Elections: To register to vote, you must not be currently serving a felony sentence, including any probation, post-release supervision, or parole. However, you may register and vote if you are serving an extended term of probation, post-release supervision, or parole, you have outstanding fines, fees, or restitution, and you do not know of another reason that your probation, post-release supervision, or parole was extended. No further documentation is needed.
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