Voters cast ballots in Raleligh in November 2014. As the number of voters unaffiliated with the Democratic and Republican parties grows in NC, Michael Crowell, an attorney from Carrboro and unaffilated voter, contends a law excluding unaffiliated voters from elections boards is unconstitutional.
Voters cast ballots in Raleligh in November 2014. As the number of voters unaffiliated with the Democratic and Republican parties grows in NC, Michael Crowell, an attorney from Carrboro and unaffilated voter, contends a law excluding unaffiliated voters from elections boards is unconstitutional. Chris Seward N&O file
Voters cast ballots in Raleligh in November 2014. As the number of voters unaffiliated with the Democratic and Republican parties grows in NC, Michael Crowell, an attorney from Carrboro and unaffilated voter, contends a law excluding unaffiliated voters from elections boards is unconstitutional. Chris Seward N&O file

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