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The start of early in-person voting in North Carolina brought out more people compared to the first day of the last midterm election in 2014.
North Carolina residents who don't want to wait to vote until Election Day can now cast ballots in person in their home counties.
With midterm elections approaching, the Lower Cape Fear League of Women Voters want the community to be aware of the impact of voting and how to make their voices heard.
For the first time, you will be able to vote on a Sunday in Brunswick and Pender counties.
The New Hanover County Board of Elections has released dates and times for early voting and this year, it includes Sunday voting.
The Brunswick County Board of Elections picked early voting sites at their meeting Tuesday, but there's still more to be decided.
The North Carolina legislature has overridden Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper's vetoes on Republican bills altering early in-person voting and restricting litigation by neighbors of large livestock operations who have complained about odors.
North Carolina Republican lawmakers are again looking at changing the rules on the state's extremely popular early in-person voting, which has prompted legal action in the past.
Across the Cape Fear Region Bladen and Pender counties had the highest turn out for early voting.