North Carolina Central University & Bethune-Cookman University Students March To The Polls
Hundreds of Historically Black College and University (HBCU) students took to the polls in Durham and Daytona Beach on Wednesday to kick off early voting on their respective campus.
Students from North Carolina Central & Bethune-Cookman Universities got out and marched to early vote. NC State NAACP President Rev. Dr. William Barber said in a statement that this year is more important than ever to get out and vote because the state of North Carolina is the center of the national debate on a Voter ID law. He added that the NCCU community “can literally determine who will sit in the White House.”
HBCU students, staff, alumni, city leaders and supporters participated in the walk to the early voting poll sites.
This is a tight race we don’t have the luxury to not feel like voting, get out and do your part.
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