Voting by university students in North Carolina is going to
Interest runs high for his March's primary (and look below at the list of 14 Early Voting Election sites on college campuses starting February 13). Most of Gen-Z will be voting the Democratic ballot, particularly the presidential race. The vast majority won't even see Thom Tillis's name. They'll see the names of Tillis's would-be Democratic opponent, and they'll pick the winner. Come November, Tillis will be in their line of sight, and I think Gen-Z will not be done with voting yet.
2. UNC-Chapel Hill. The Daily Tar Heel reports that whereas the UNC campus was previously divided between five different precincts, with far-flung and difficult-to-find polling locations, the Orange Board of Elections has consolidated all on-campus student housing into a single mega-precinct with an on-campus E-Day polling place. Early Voting this February, yes, at Chapel of the Cross on East Franklin St., if not exactly in the heart of the campus then at least in its left ventricle.
3. NC A&T University, Dudley Building. Full Early Voting.
4. UNC-Greensboro, Kaplan Center for Wellness. Full Early Voting.
5. Winston-Salem State, Anderson Center. Full Early Voting.
6. Fayetteville State University, Smith Recreation Center. Yep.
7. Duke University, Brodhead Center 068 (dead center of campus). Yep.
8. North Carolina Central University, School of Law. Yes.
9. Durham Tech - North Campus. Yes.
10. East Carolina University, student union. You got it.
11. Western Carolina University. Yes.
12. UNC-Charlotte, Belk Gym. Yes.
13. Cape Fear Community College, Health Sciences Learning Resources bldg. Yes.
14. North Carolina State University, Talley Student Union. Yes.
These constitute a wave of sorts.