As of 3:30 Saturday afternoon, more than 2 million people in North Carolina already voted ahead of Nov. 6, the State Board of Elections & Ethics Enforcement reported.
As of the 3:30 p.m. @NCSBE update, more than 2 million voters had cast ballots early this year! That's already a 73 percent increase over 2014 early voting totals. These are not final numbers, and a couple counties are still voting. #ncga #ncpol pic.twitter.com/Y7NV1bzL4S— NCSBE (@NCSBE) November 3, 2018
That's more than a quarter of the state's 7 million registered voters -- a 73 percent increase in early voting compared to midterm elections in 2014.
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Local officials are trying to make it easier for those who haven't cast their ballot to come to get to the polls.
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Buses in Raleigh will be free Tuesday after city council approved a free day of rides on the GoRaleigh buses for Election Day.
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Durham residents will also have the option to ride GoDurham for free.
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The polls will be open until 7:30 p.m.
Remember, as long as you're in line by that time, you will be able to vote.