The Fight to Vote in a Southern Swing State
Sep 22, 2016
For the past three years, North Carolina has been embroiled in conflict over restrictive voting laws that target African Americans. As a southern swing state, its residents’ votes will be significant in the 2016 election. In this video, Atlantic politics writer Vann R. Newkirk II, along with his younger brother, travels around North Carolina to talk to citizens about their hopes and anxieties surrounding the upcoming election.
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Authors: Jeremy Raff, Vann R. Newkirk II
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