A voter is a blur of motion heading to the tally machine at right,as others vote at the Dogwood Acres precinct at Mary Scroggs Elementary School in Chapel Hill, NC Tuesday, November 3, 2015. Tuesday was Orange County municipal elections day with a mayoral race, voting for school board offices and five bond referendums. Voter turnout among the approximately 2,900 registered voters at Dogwood Acres was very good for Chapel Hill/Carrboro with 160 early or absentee voters, and 330 voters Tuesday by 1pm since the 630am opening of the polls in the Southern Village community of Chapel Hill.
A voter is a blur of motion heading to the tally machine at right,as others vote at the Dogwood Acres precinct at Mary Scroggs Elementary School in Chapel Hill, NC Tuesday, November 3, 2015. Tuesday was Orange County municipal elections day with a mayoral race, voting for school board offices and five bond referendums. Voter turnout among the approximately 2,900 registered voters at Dogwood Acres was very good for Chapel Hill/Carrboro with 160 early or absentee voters, and 330 voters Tuesday by 1pm since the 630am opening of the polls in the Southern Village community of Chapel Hill. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
A voter is a blur of motion heading to the tally machine at right,as others vote at the Dogwood Acres precinct at Mary Scroggs Elementary School in Chapel Hill, NC Tuesday, November 3, 2015. Tuesday was Orange County municipal elections day with a mayoral race, voting for school board offices and five bond referendums. Voter turnout among the approximately 2,900 registered voters at Dogwood Acres was very good for Chapel Hill/Carrboro with 160 early or absentee voters, and 330 voters Tuesday by 1pm since the 630am opening of the polls in the Southern Village community of Chapel Hill. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

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