Photo ids are now required by North Carolina. You'll need to bring a valid photo id to vote. If you do not have a valid photo, you will be given a provisional ballot and a opportunity to 'cure' your ballot to a real one by presenting your photo id at the Harnett County Board of Elections offices, 308 W Duncan, Lillington. 

List of valid photo ids-
-Current ids that can be used are -
-North Carolina driver’s license*
-State ID from the NCDMV (also called “non-operator ID”)
-Driver’s license or non-driver ID from another state, District of Columbia or U.S. territory (only if voter registered in North Carolina within 90 days of the election)
-U.S. Passport or U.S. Passport card
-North Carolina voter photo ID card issued by a county board of elections. Available free mid-August at the Harnett County Board of Elections. At this time, no proof of identity is required, other than being a registered voter, to obtain a FREE photo id.
-College or university student ID approved by the State Board of Elections-list of 99 institutions  July 2023 Student and Employee ID Approvals 7.17.pdf
-State or local government or charter school employee ID approved by the State Board of Elections

-OR additional Current or Expired* ids that can be used are-
-Military or veterans ID card issued by the U.S. government
-Tribal enrollment card issued by a tribe recognized by the State or federal government
-ID card issued by an agency of the U.S. government or the State of North Carolina for a public assistance program
*Note: Voters ages 65+ may use an expired ID if ID was unexpired on their 65th birthday.

Permitted exceptions to the photo ID requirement include the following: The voter has a reasonable impediment to showing photo ID (lack of transportation, lost or stolen ID, disability or illness, family responsibilities, etc.); the voter has a religious objection to being photographed; or the voter was a victim of a natural disaster within 100 days of Election Day.

When a registered voter cannot produce a photo ID, the county board of elections must count that ballot if the voter properly completes the ID Exception Form or brings an acceptable ID to their county board of elections before the county canvass.

Voters who vote by mail will be asked to include a photocopy of an acceptable ID inside the photo ID envelope that comes with their ballot. If they are unable to include a photocopy of their ID, they may complete an ID Exception Form with the absentee ballot return envelope. Photo ID is not required for military or overseas voters who vote using special absentee voting procedures that federal law makes available for such voters.