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Primary voting at the Douglass Community Center in Southern Pines. Ted Fitzgerald/The Pilot

The newly formed North Carolina Network for Fair, Safe and Secure Elections, an effort backed by The Carter Center, has launched the Trusted Elections Tour, a series of 90-minute town halls to be held in every North Carolina congressional district.

Presented in partnership with the League of Women Voters and the U.S. Veterans Hall of Fame, the town halls are meant to provide information on the electoral process and build trust in America’s voting system.

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Kent Misegades

And it is an effort sponsored by the Carter Center, yes that ancient Carter. He’s the happiest former president, though, no longer must he compete with Barack Hussein Obama as the worst president in the history of the USA. Sleepy Joe Biden earned that title on his first day following his installation.

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Sally Larson

Who would want Biden and Cooper? Everyone who didn't want a lier and cheater destroying our democracy.

Alfred Carter

Yeah, Kent. Look at Carter, and Hoover, I guess engineers make pretty poor political commentators.

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