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Do voters need to show photo identification in the North Carolina primaries in 2020? (The courts placed an injunction, so there is no voter ID requirement for now.)
What can the state and individual voters do between now and November to ensure the integrity of the 2020 election? (The state is already taking important steps, but for individual voters there’s more information available.)
This is the third installment in a series of conversations between Carolina Public Press elections reporter Jordan Wilkie and CPP News and Community Partnerships Manager Stephanie Carson about election integrity issues.
In this segment, Wilkie answers to these and other questions that voters may have in North Carolina in 2020.
To return to the main story and visit other segments, please click here.
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