Advocates worry NC’s new voter ID law will impede already-marginalized groups

Signs at the polls in Orange County instruct voters to show identification. (Caroline Horne / Carolina Connection)

This year, the voting process is changing in North Carolina. This election will be the first one since 2016 in which voters will have to present a photo ID at polls. Some voters say this will make the process more difficult.

Caroline Horne reports.

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