|Catawba Co Voters||North Carolina Voters|
|Green||9||971||US Sensus Bureau|
|10.55 million (2021)|
|US Census Bureau|
|Updated Apr 29, 2023|
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Detailed Catawba County Statistics
Registered Voter Statistics (Updated May 1, 2023)
- By Precinct - PDF
- By NC House District - PDF
- By Municipality - PDF
- Hickory Wards by Precinct - PDF [Contact Burke Co BOE for Hickory voters in Burke Co]
- Long View Wards by Precinct - PDF [Contact Burke Co BOE for Long View voters in Burke Co]
- Municipalities by Precinct - PDF [Brookford, Catawba, Claremont, Conover, Maiden, Newton]
- By School System - PDF [Catawba County Schools, Hickory Public Schools, Newton-Conover City Schools]
April 28, 2023 NC Supreme Court reversed its prior rulings and has given the General Assembly the opportunity to enact all new districts for state house, state senate, and U.S. House for 2024.
January 12, 2023 Bi-annual list maintenance removed 3,411 voters that have been inactive since 8/4/2020.
February 23, 2022 NC Supreme Court signed off on new submitted state House and Senate boundarires and went with a Congressional map crafted by independent redistricting experts.
- Catawba County is fully in the 10th US Congressional District and the 45th NC Senate District.
- NC House district 96 is fully in Catawba County (mainly the Hickory area). NC House District 89 is parts of Catawba and Iredell counties.
- November 2021: City of Hickory and Town of Long View redrew ward lines based on 2020 Census data
November 4, 2021 NC General Assembly approved redrawn US Congressional, NC Senate, and NC House Districts maps.
Current Voter Registration Data
Registration Data The State Board posts registration data for all 100 counties. The zipped TXT files are updated weekly on Saturday mornings
Voter History Data The State Board posts voting history data from each county. The list is comprised of Voter Registration Numbers and the election
How to work with the data Answers to frequently asked data questions on the vast amount of voting data available on the Sate Board website.
Once unzipped, the data may be imported into MS Excel, MS Access and other database programs. This data contains Active, Inactive, Temporary, Denied, and Removed voters. Note: be sure to filter out the denied and removed voters if compiling a list of eligible voters. See file layout for full list of variables.
On election day after polls close at 7:30pm, election results from Catawba County begin uploading to the state’s Election Results page.
The first numbers to post are Absentee Ballots by Mail and One-Stop Early Voting Ballots.
The State Board of Elections has Online Interactive Results (2002 – Present) and Downloadable Results (1992 – Present). http://www.ncsbe.gov/election-results