Tuesday, May 6, 2014, Isaac Dickson Elementary. Colby Rabon/Carolina Public Press

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Of the more than 6.5 million voters eligible to cast votes during North Carolina’s primary, more than 1 million did so, unofficial results from the N.C. State Board of Elections show. Across Western North Carolina, the percent of votes cast ranged from 33.42 percent in Avery to 11.49 percent in McDowell. Here is a county-by-county look at turnout and a set of election-day photos from Madison and Buncombe counties.

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Colby Rabon

Colby Rabon is a contributing photographer to Carolina Public Press. Contact him at colbyrabon@gmail.com.

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