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People stood in line to vote on Election Day 2012 at the Wake County Firearms Education and Training Center in Apex, N.C.
April 9, 2013 On Election Day 2012, black voters waited on average nearly twice as long to vote as did whites. The wait time for Hispanics fell in between. While race may have played a role, a researcher suggests geography did, too.
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