Republican lawmakers are trying to make absentee voting more difficult, a method voters with disabilities rely on for safety and convenience.
Meagan Wolfe tells legislative Republicans the absentee balloting they now dislike is becoming more secure than in-person voting.
It's no longer safe to assume your ballot will arrive on time if you send it by mail. You can, however, vote in person, but keep in mind there are some things to be aware of.
Filling out an absentee ballot at your local clerk's office saves several steps.
“The rights of voters to cast their ballots in the least burdensome manner is paramount. This decision furthers that ability.”
Voting rights advocates say that NC is running out of time before Election Day to decide what to do with thousands of absentee ballots.
NC and Republican party officials battle over changes to witness requirement for absentee ballots, a key consideration in a pandemic election.