Many elections workers, who tend to be retirees, are sitting out Nov. 3, so clerks are turning to younger recruits for an Election Day that could be like few others. Among the newbies’ questions: What to do if people “walk in with AR-15s?”
By Michael Falero, WFAE 90.7 - Charlotte's NPR News Source Oct 19, 2020
Bladen County in eastern North Carolina drew national attention two years ago for an election fraud scandal involving mail-in ballots. It led to the results of the 9th District congressional race being thrown out and a new election. So, with mail-in voting happening in larger numbers this year because of the pandemic, WFAE sent a reporter to see how voting was going in Bladen County.
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