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Brunswick County has second highest early voting turnout in the state

With the second highest turnout in the state at 68.4% of registered voters casting their ballots early or through absentee, Brunswick County lands at 78,764 compared to 49,361 in 2016.

North Carolina has record-setting number of early voters

As of Monday morning, more than 4.5 million ballots have been cast early. That's about 200,000 less than the entire voting turnout in the 2016 Presidential Election. 

Early voting period ends

Polls are open until 3 p.m. this Halloween. After that, potential voters will have to wait until Election Day.

More than 4 million North Carolinians have cast their ballot

North Carolina continues to see record turnout in early voting this year, the state hitting another milestone as polling stations close on Thursday.

South Carolina sets new record for absentee ballot voting

More than half a million South Carolinians have cast absentee ballots for the Nov. 3 election.

Long lines linger as numbers of one-stop voters climb above 2016 totals

More than 13,000 one-stop ballots cast in Brunswick County so far, compared to less than 10,000 this time in 2016.

Wilmington church gets ‘Souls to the Polls’

This Sunday, hundreds of predominately black Christian congregations across the country launched "Souls to the Polls", a get out the vote campaign.

Long lines form in-person early voting begins in North Carolina

Long lines have formed at polling places across North Carolina as the battleground state kicked off early voting.

Early voting starts October 15

Early voting kicks off in North Carolina October 15, and poll workers are bracing for an influx of voters, even as locals still have questions about what's different this year.

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