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The Ballot--Boon or Burden?

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There are around 2,320,592 potential voters in North Carolina in 1948. Of these potential voters, 1,277,846 registered to vote for the Democratic and Republican primaries. Of these registered voters, 438,211 took the trouble to vote. In other words, only 55% of potential voters, registered while only 34% of registered voters actually voted.
Popular Government (NoCar JK 4101 P6), Vol. 14 Issue 8, Aug 1948, p1, 3, il