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QUESTION ASKED: Could absentee ballots spell trouble for Donald Trump in North Carolina? Traditio…

QUESTION ASKED: Could absentee ballots spell trouble for Donald Trump in North Carolina? Traditionally, Republicans have had a big advantage in absentee voting. Older, rural, and military voters are often more conservative and have favored this method over their Democratic counterparts, who historically enjoy a larger percentage of the early in-person vote. So far this […]
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