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More than 1,600 ballots not counted in North Carolina primary election due to voter ID and absentee ballot issues

Absentee ballots More than 1,600 votes cast in North Carolina’s March 5 primary election were thrown out due to issues stemming from the state’s newly implemented voter identification requirement or because absentee ballots arrived too late to their local board of elections, according to new data released from the North Carolina Board of Elections.
Source: WRAL News

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