By Michael Bitzer
If 2020 has taught us anything, it is 'expect the unexpected.'
As we have seen across the nation, but especially in states like Georgia and Texas, early voting (in-person) has exceeded all expectations and has, in fact, been very unexpected in terms of the numbers.
And North Carolina, in its first day of in-person early voting yesterday, didn't disappoint.
In fact, with 333,134 accepted absentee onestop (the official term for in-person early voting) recorded on October 15, North Carolina surpassed the past three presidential election years numbers for the most one-day early votes cast ever.