After producing her ID voter, Mary Anne Casey (center) is helped by a poll worker at CPCC's Facilities Services building in March. North Carolina voters will start voting on Oct. 20 and won’t need photo IDs this fall after a divided U.S. Supreme Court Wednesday handed another legal setback to N.C. Republicans.
After producing her ID voter, Mary Anne Casey (center) is helped by a poll worker at CPCC's Facilities Services building in March. North Carolina voters will start voting on Oct. 20 and won’t need photo IDs this fall after a divided U.S. Supreme Court Wednesday handed another legal setback to N.C. Republicans. John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com
After producing her ID voter, Mary Anne Casey (center) is helped by a poll worker at CPCC's Facilities Services building in March. North Carolina voters will start voting on Oct. 20 and won’t need photo IDs this fall after a divided U.S. Supreme Court Wednesday handed another legal setback to N.C. Republicans. John D. Simmons jsimmons@charlotteobserver.com

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