Caroline Tiger, center, holds a U.S. flag and watches another voter as her mom, Mary Tiger, left, voted in the Perry Harrison Elementary gymnasium near Pittsboro at 7 a.m. Tuesday. Caroline brought the flag for show and tell at her nearby preschool as she accompanied her mom and dad Mary and James Tiger of Chatham county as they voted. Precinct Judge Karen Kolias said the precinct had logged 30 votes in the first 30 minutes of voting.
Caroline Tiger, center, holds a U.S. flag and watches another voter as her mom, Mary Tiger, left, voted in the Perry Harrison Elementary gymnasium near Pittsboro at 7 a.m. Tuesday. Caroline brought the flag for show and tell at her nearby preschool as she accompanied her mom and dad Mary and James Tiger of Chatham county as they voted. Precinct Judge Karen Kolias said the precinct had logged 30 votes in the first 30 minutes of voting. hlynch@newsobserver.com
Caroline Tiger, center, holds a U.S. flag and watches another voter as her mom, Mary Tiger, left, voted in the Perry Harrison Elementary gymnasium near Pittsboro at 7 a.m. Tuesday. Caroline brought the flag for show and tell at her nearby preschool as she accompanied her mom and dad Mary and James Tiger of Chatham county as they voted. Precinct Judge Karen Kolias said the precinct had logged 30 votes in the first 30 minutes of voting. hlynch@newsobserver.com

Triangle voters head to the polls

November 04, 2014 10:45 AM

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