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Early voting begins in North Carolina

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October 14, 2010

RALEIGH, North Carolina: Early voting officially began in North Carolina today and will continue until October 30. The process proved to be very popular in the state during the 2008 election.[1]

In North Carolina, the November 2 election included one U.S. Senate race, all 13 U.S. House of Representative seats, all state senate and state house seats, judicial races, local offices throughout the state and one ballot measure.

According to a Ballotpedia study, North Carolina has the 19th most competitive state legislature election in the nation. Prior to the 2010 elections, Democrats controlled both chambers in the state. The current partisan breakdown is as follows:

House

Party As of March 2015
     Democratic Party 45
     Republican Party 74
     Independent 1
Total 120

Senate

Party As of March 2015
     Democratic Party 16
     Republican Party 34
Total 50


The state board of elections provides a list of early voting sites.

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