Chapel Hill High School/North Carrboro precinct worker Braxton Foushee, left, helps a voter do the paperwork to get her ballot before she voted in the school gym November 3 in the Orange County municipal elections also with voting for school board offices and five bond referendums. 2016 brings the official start of North Carolina’s new voter ID requirements, which will be in place for the March 15 primary.
Chapel Hill High School/North Carrboro precinct worker Braxton Foushee, left, helps a voter do the paperwork to get her ballot before she voted in the school gym November 3 in the Orange County municipal elections also with voting for school board offices and five bond referendums. 2016 brings the official start of North Carolina’s new voter ID requirements, which will be in place for the March 15 primary. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
Chapel Hill High School/North Carrboro precinct worker Braxton Foushee, left, helps a voter do the paperwork to get her ballot before she voted in the school gym November 3 in the Orange County municipal elections also with voting for school board offices and five bond referendums. 2016 brings the official start of North Carolina’s new voter ID requirements, which will be in place for the March 15 primary. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

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