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October 24, 2012 8:36 PM
The U.S. presidential election is approaching, and excitement is building in key states where voters could determine the outcome if the race is close. VOA's Chris Simkins reports from North Carolina where the contest between President Obama and Mitt Romney is too close to call and where African Americans are turning out for early voting.

African Americans Vote in Key Battleground State

Published October 24, 2012

The U.S. presidential election is approaching, and excitement is building in key states where voters could determine the outcome if the race is close. VOA's Chris Simkins reports from North Carolina where the contest between President Obama and Mitt Romney is too close to call and where African Americans are turning out for early voting.


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