Voters in Chapel Hill and throughout North Carolina presented identification cards for the first time during the primary election in June. Recent court rulings have overturned the state’s voter ID law.
Voters in Chapel Hill and throughout North Carolina presented identification cards for the first time during the primary election in June. Recent court rulings have overturned the state’s voter ID law. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
Voters in Chapel Hill and throughout North Carolina presented identification cards for the first time during the primary election in June. Recent court rulings have overturned the state’s voter ID law. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

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