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According to state data released Sunday, about 950,000 voters have already cast their ballots in North Carolina.  Polls showed that an early Republican surge in voting was been matched by late strength at the polls among registered Democrats.

An Associated Press analysis of the state’s voter database shows more than 15 percent of North Carolina’s registered voters have made their selections.  About 46 percent of ballots cast have come from registered Democrats, while 36 percent are from registered Republicans.

The election’s top races will decide a U.S. Senate spot, all 13 of the state’s congressional seats and the balance of power in the state Legislature. Getting voters to the polls in a midterm election year, without the offices of president and governor on the ballot, can often be a challenge.

To find your polling site go to the State Board of Elections website at :  and go to “My polling place.”

See you tomorrow at the polls.

source:  Associated Press,