One Stop Voting wraps up in NC

GREENVILLE, N.C. (WNCT) – One Stop Voting has ended in North Carolina. In Pitt County, just over four thousand people voted, which equates to about five percent of all voters.

Officials say turnout to municipal elections is typically lower during non-presidential voting years, but they encourage everyone to come out each year to the polls.

People across North Carolina will be able to vote in their local municipal elections this week.

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