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“Judge refuses to require more early voting in N Carolina”

AP: “A judge has refused to order North Carolina officials to expand early in-person voting in five counties after some voters alleged the counties’ voting schedules didn’t comply with a court’s ruling last summer over ballot access.” … Continue reading ?
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