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Election Day Is Here: Live From Voting Sites In North Carolina

Voters heading in to the Agriculture Center in Pittsboro to cast their ballots.
Voters heading in to the Agriculture Center in Pittsboro to cast their ballots.

Election Day has arrived. North Carolinians must visit the polls today or turn in their absentee ballots to get their votes cast in the 2020 election. How will the day go for those voting in person? 

Host Frank Stasio talks with WUNC reporters Naomi Prioleau and Jay Price about what voting day looks like in Alamance and Wake counties.

Host Frank Stasio talks with WUNC Greensboro reporter Naomi Prioleau and WUNC military reporterJay Priceabout what’s happening at voting sites in Alamance and Wake counties. While voters may be anxious to know results, it will likely take longer for a final tally this year because of the coronavirus pandemic and a higher number of mail-in ballots.

WUNC will be providing up-to-date coverage on air and online from reporters on the ground.

Follow the live blog here.

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Longtime NPR correspondent Frank Stasio was named permanent host of The State of Things in June 2006. A native of Buffalo, Frank has been in radio since the age of 19. He began his public radio career at WOI in Ames, Iowa, where he was a magazine show anchor and the station's News Director.
Kaia Findlay is a producer for The State of Things, WUNC's daily, live talk show. Kaia grew up in Minneapolis, Minnesota, in a household filled with teachers and storytellers. In elementary school, she usually fell asleep listening to recordings of 1950s radio comedy programs. After a semester of writing for her high school newspaper, she decided she hated journalism. While pursuing her bachelor’s in environmental studies at UNC-Chapel Hill, she got talked back into it. Kaia received a master’s degree from the UNC Hussman School of Journalism, where she focused on reporting and science communication. She has published stories with Our State Magazine, Indy Week, and HuffPost. She most recently worked as the manager for a podcast on environmental sustainability and higher education. Her reporting passions include climate and the environment, health and science, food and women’s issues. When not working at WUNC, Kaia goes pebble-wrestling, takes long bike rides, and reads while hammocking.