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Officials Prepare For Absentee Ballot Surge In North Carolina

In North Carolina, absentee ballot requests are more than 10 times ahead of where they were four years ago. That’s largely due to the pandemic and voter fears of contracting COVID-19 at crowded polling places.

County election officials were prepared for the deluge. Rusty Jacobs of WUNC reports.

This article was originally published on WBUR.org.

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