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"Just How Successful Was Early Voting Across North Carolina Prior To The Mid-Term Election?"

2022 Primary Voting
Colby Rabon
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Carolina Public Press
Henderson County polling place election judge Tracye Sheley collects ballots from Daniel and Vanessa Livingston during curbside voting for the primary election on May 17 at Fletcher Town Hall.

Prior to the huge midterm elections on Nov. 8th, WNCW spoke with Carolina Public Press and Reporter Shelby Harris about early voting in North Carolina. Shelby discussed when early voting got started in the state, early voting demographics, political party affiliation, etc. It was obvious from the results that it's a popular way to now vote. This interview originally aired on Oct. 19, 2022.

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