RALEIGH, N.C. — People who want to vote in person in North Carolina without doing so on Election Day have one more chance this weekend.
Hundreds of early in-person voting sites in all 100 counties remain open until 3 p.m. Saturday.
This voting option began Oct. 20 and as of early Friday more than 1.6 million ballots had been cast that way. Another 124,000 or so additional ballots had been cast by mail and other absentee methods. Combined that’s well over 23% of the state’s registered voters.
Only people already registered to vote can fill out ballots on Tuesday at their local precinct. And traditional absentee ballots can be cast as long as they are turned in or postmarked by Tuesday.
North Carolina voters are choosing a new U.S. senator to succeed Richard Burr as well as winners for all U.S. House and legislative seats and scores of judges and local elected officials.
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