Commentary, News

Trending today on social media: #EarlyVoting, #NCvotes

With the debates now in the history books, voters are taking advantage of early voting in several states today.

Across North Carolina, long lines are being reported — not just in the state’s larger cities, but also in the smaller communities that were recently contending with the floodwaters of Hurricane Matthew.

Here are just a few pictures from Twitter with folks sharing their experience at the polls:

Check Also

The week’s top stories on Policy Watch

1. The dirty half dozen: What you need ...

Top Stories from NCPW

  • News
  • Commentary

When the Silent Sam Confederate Statue was toppled at UNC-Chapel Hill last month, a flurry of text m [...]

Having devastated the southeast coast of North Carolina, Hurricane Florence is now a tropical depres [...]

The U.S. Commission on Civil Rights has finally released its report and recommendations on minority [...]

Thousands of animal waste lagoons, hazardous waste sites and other repositories of toxic material li [...]

On June 6, 1944, the day of the great Allied Forces D-Day invasion of France, many historians agree [...]

On Sunday, Governor Roy Cooper declared that affordable housing would be a key focus in the recovery [...]

The post A disastrous idea for storm-ravaged North Carolina appeared first on NC Policy Watch. [...]

History has a habit of turning the tables on us. Economic strengths can become liabilities, and forc [...]