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North Carolina update

Just another update from North Carolina’s early voting from INSIGHT US: Absentee ballots returned in North Carolina Democratic and non-affiliated voters are returning their ballots at a rate above 2012. Registered Republicans are not returning their ballots. Even if every incremental independent vote is actually a disgusted Republican vote, the lean GOP vote share for […]
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