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RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — The options to vote in North Carolina are dwindling as Election Day nears.

Voters who wanted to cast a traditional mail-in absentee ballot had until late Tuesday afternoon to request one through their county board or online through a state portal.

Voters who complete the received ballots must turn them in to their county board by Nov. 3 or have them postmarked by the same date.

People who didn’t apply in time for a mail-in ballot can still vote on Election Day and at early in-person voting sites in all 100 counties through Saturday afternoon.

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