Greensboro, NC-- Early voting is in full swing in North Carolina.
According to Michael Bitzer, a Catawba College associate professor of politics and history, more than 151,000 people cast ballots on day one of early voting.
That's about 34,000 more than on day one of early voting in 2008.
Lines were out the door at locations around the state yesterday. There are more than 350 places to vote early. You don't have to go to your assigned polling place to do early voting.
As of close of polls on Friday, October 19, 3850 voters cast ballots during one-stop early voting in Randolph County.
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