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“Voter suppression’s last stand: North Carolina’s new Jim Crow counties”

Insightus: In the wake of a federal court decision overturning North Carolina’s “monster voter suppression law,” the NC-GOP’s executive director issued a call for “party-line changes to early voting” by the state’s Republican-controlled county boards of elections. Our review of … Continue reading ?
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