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Maddow: NC was a voting success story – until it wasn’t

For those who may have missed it, MSNBC’s Rachel Maddow broadcast live from Elizabeth City Thursday evening to highlight recent changes to the state’s voting laws, and the move in Pasquotank County to challenge the voting rights of  some college students. You can watch the show open below, or click here to watch the full broadcast.

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3 Comments


  1. Alan

    August 23, 2013 at 11:28 am

    Go Rachel! The more national attention that gets brought to what’s happening here in NC the better. We are a national & international embarrassment.

  2. Alan

    August 24, 2013 at 8:59 pm

    Awhhhh. no comment from Team Civitas on this?

  3. […] more that simply require a photo ID to vote. As Scarborough’s MSNBC colleague Rachel Maddow explained in great detail just last week, North Carolina’s new election laws are about suppressing voters who are thought likely to […]

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