Estes Hills precinct election official Watson Bowes listens as fellow official Calyx Harris, left, helps a voter with her voter ID situation after the voter came to the wrong precinct to vote Tuesday, November 3, 2015. Tuesday was Orange County municipal elections day also with voting for school board offices and five bond referendums. Voter turnout among the approximately 2,400 registered voters in Chapel Hill's Country Club percent was the second highest in the Chapel Hill area with 224 early or absentee voters, and 162 voting Tuesday in the first four hours of the day since 630am opening.
Estes Hills precinct election official Watson Bowes listens as fellow official Calyx Harris, left, helps a voter with her voter ID situation after the voter came to the wrong precinct to vote Tuesday, November 3, 2015. Tuesday was Orange County municipal elections day also with voting for school board offices and five bond referendums. Voter turnout among the approximately 2,400 registered voters in Chapel Hill's Country Club percent was the second highest in the Chapel Hill area with 224 early or absentee voters, and 162 voting Tuesday in the first four hours of the day since 630am opening. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
Estes Hills precinct election official Watson Bowes listens as fellow official Calyx Harris, left, helps a voter with her voter ID situation after the voter came to the wrong precinct to vote Tuesday, November 3, 2015. Tuesday was Orange County municipal elections day also with voting for school board offices and five bond referendums. Voter turnout among the approximately 2,400 registered voters in Chapel Hill's Country Club percent was the second highest in the Chapel Hill area with 224 early or absentee voters, and 162 voting Tuesday in the first four hours of the day since 630am opening. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

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