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At-a-glance: Early voting in North Carolina’s 9th Congressional election

Republican Dan Bishop (L) and Democrat Dan McCready (R)

Early voting in the 9th congressional district race featuring Republican Dan Bishop against Democrat Dan McCready continues to draw attention ahead of the September 10th special election.

More than 22,840 absentee ballots have been accepted by the eight counties within that congressional district.

Catawba College political scientist Dr. Michael Bitzer writing for Old North State Politics has crunched that data and come-up with the following helpful charts:

For much more data, including how this year compares to 2018’s early voting, follow Dr. Bitzer’s Twitter account at @oldnorthstpol

Note that one-stop early voting continues through September 6th, but will be suspended in many locations on Labor Day, September 2.

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