As early voting commences, sorting fact from fiction on Voter ID (audio)

Early voting for North Carolina’s March 15 primary got underway this morning, with poll workers instructed to ask voters for their identification before they cast a ballot.

Bob Hall, executive director at Democracy NC, says there’s been much confusion about the ID requirement and who can vote this election cycle.

Hall joined us this week on Policy Watch’s News & Views with Chris Fitzsimon to explain that citizens can still vote even if they don’t possess one of the acceptable IDs on the state list:

Learn more about voting with or without an ID here.

What to vote early? Find the site closest to you here.

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