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Washington Week's Voice of the Voters: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill | PBS

Duration: 04:32
Program: Washington Week #5217
Broadcast Date: Oct. 29, 2012

The once solidly red North Carolina narrowly turned blue in 2008 to help Barack Obama win the White House. Two years later the state reverted to red with a wave of GOP wins in the 2010 midterm election. So in this tight 2012 election will Barack Obama or Mitt Romney win this swing state's 15 electoral votes? Journalism students Averi Harper and Alex Giles of the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill report on the issues driving North Carolinian voters to the polls this year

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Post Date: October 29, 2012