RALEIGH (WWAY) — The state’s early voting period has ended.
Polls officially closed at 3 p.m. this Halloween. Now, potential voters will have to wait until Election Day.
The North Carolina State Board of Elections said more than 4 million North Carolina ballots have been cast, which is 59.1 percent total turnout.
“North Carolina voters have an important role in this election,” said Governor Roy Cooper. “The stakes have never been higher as we face the most consequential election of our lifetime. It’s time to make your voice heard. Be sure to vote on Tuesday, November 3rd.”