CHARLOTTE, N.C. - North Carolina’s shortened early voting period didn't hurt voters.
More than a million votes were cast in the primary this year.
About 250,000 of those were early voters. In 2010, 880,000 people cast their vote and 220,000 voted early.
Early voting was cut from 17 to 10 days as part of a law passed last year.
Shortened early voting period didn't deter NC voters
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