Colonial Heights precinct chief judge Barbara Turner, left, informs voters of the need for a valid ID and to turn cell phones off as they come to vote March 15 in the front hallway of Smith Middle School in Chapel Hill.
Colonial Heights precinct chief judge Barbara Turner, left, informs voters of the need for a valid ID and to turn cell phones off as they come to vote March 15 in the front hallway of Smith Middle School in Chapel Hill. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
Colonial Heights precinct chief judge Barbara Turner, left, informs voters of the need for a valid ID and to turn cell phones off as they come to vote March 15 in the front hallway of Smith Middle School in Chapel Hill. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

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