Both Residential and Mail Address Undeliverable As Addresses (UAA)

Using North Carolina Voter Rolls for Mar 2024

A total of 141,993 Active Voters were identified as undeliverable by mail in the state of North Carolina. If you conservatively estimate a voter information card costs taxpayers about $3 each to print and mail, this results in $425,979.00 in potential taxpayer waste for EACH MAILING.

The US Post Office asks online businesses to use CASS Verified Addresses to avoid undeliverable mail entirely. Address verification is available for FREE from the US Post Office and using CASS addresses also qualifies you for discounted postage.

Please ask your county election officials, "Why are our taxpayer dollars being wasted and chain of custody issues being introduced when trying to deliver election mail to bad addresses when this can all be avoided if we use the Post Office address verification?"

Most UAA Addresses
Rank County Count
1 Mecklenburg 10,785
2 Wake 8,811
3 Forsyth 5,362
4 Robeson 5,327
5 Johnston 5,255
6 Guilford 4,243
7 Pitt 4,027
8 Buncombe 3,969
9 Orange 3,704
10 Durham 3,570
11 Wilson 3,188
12 New hanover 2,912
13 Wayne 2,692
14 Alamance 2,692
15 Craven 2,619
16 Rockingham 2,601
17 Chatham 2,344
18 Cumberland 2,266
19 Catawba 2,207
20 Rowan 2,151
21 Edgecombe 2,117
22 Jackson 2,111
23 Randolph 2,029
24 Bladen 1,933
25 Onslow 1,905
26 Gaston 1,772
27 Brunswick 1,666
28 Cleveland 1,620
29 Rutherford 1,577
30 Burke 1,503
31 Cabarrus 1,498
32 Nash 1,408
33 Hertford 1,366
34 Davidson 1,360
35 Vance 1,338
36 Martin 1,238
37 Watauga 1,232
38 Henderson 1,169
39 Wilkes 1,163
40 Mcdowell 1,153
41 Columbus 1,149
42 Carteret 1,143
43 Moore 1,104
44 Caldwell 980
45 Union 970
46 Gates 969
47 Duplin 955
48 Richmond 873
49 Halifax 811
50 Lenoir 795
Least UAA Addresses
Rank County Count
1 Hyde 45
2 Tyrrell 78
3 Camden 91
4 Jones 109
5 Clay 143
6 Alexander 151
7 Chowan 155
8 Graham 156
9 Greene 179
10 Warren 187
11 Alleghany 190
12 Perquimans 203
13 Yancey 238
14 Washington 256
15 Madison 287
16 Caswell 296
17 Swain 320
18 Currituck 332
19 Northampton 337
20 Hoke 337
21 Davie 340
22 Cherokee 342
23 Person 355
24 Montgomery 387
25 Sampson 397
26 Bertie 400
27 Ashe 402
28 Pamlico 407
29 Scotland 407
30 Lee 413
31 Pasquotank 431
32 Granville 465
33 Macon 471
34 Harnett 489
35 Transylvania 508
36 Surry 546
37 Mitchell 556
38 Anson 600
39 Beaufort 631
40 Avery 638
41 Haywood 648
42 Pender 662
43 Lincoln 682
44 Stanly 702
45 Stokes 702
46 Polk 705
47 Iredell 742
48 Yadkin 742
49 Dare 745
50 Franklin 756

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