October 23, 2016 0 Comments

WATCH: Did Hillary Clinton break the law on camera in North Carolina? (VIDEO)

Hillary Clinton was caught on camera campaigning at an early voting location in Raleigh, North Carolina on Sunday October, 23, 2016.

@HillaryClinton getting mobbed at early voting at Chavis Community Center in Raleigh.

@HillaryClinton heard how easy + convenient NC's early voting is, so she decided to check it out for herself

@HillaryClinton hanging at early voting site in Raleigh. She has a strong selfie game. #ncpol

According to the American Mirror North Carolina election laws state:

N.C.G.S. §163-166.4(a)  No person or group of persons shall hinder access, harass others, distribute campaign literature, place political advertising, solicit votes, or otherwise engage in election-related activity in the voting place or in a buffer zone.

The buffer zone will be 50 feet from the entrance to the polling place except where deemed by the Wake County Board of Elections to be necessarily closer, but no less than 25 feet from the entrance to the polling place. There will be publication of information regarding the entrance location and distance of the buffer zone no later than 30 days before the election.






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