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County-by-County: The High Cost of the Voter Restriction Amendment

Combining 2015 data provided by the N.C. State Board of Elections and Ethics (comparing county voter registrations with DMV data) with a 2018 report provided by the Budget and Tax Center of the preliminary estimates of the Voter ID costs to state and local governments and individuals, Democracy North Carolina has partnered with The Budget and Tax Center and Demos to provide a closer look at the high cost — both financial and human — of a proposed Voter ID Restriction Amendment on many North Carolina counties.*

*counties selected reflect stops on the “Protect OUR Constitution Tour.” Learn more at demnc.co/tour.

 

Costs to Cumberland County

Learn the high cost of voter ID in Cumberland.

Costs to Durham County

Learn the high cost of voter ID in Durham.

Costs to Forsyth County

Learn the high cost of voter ID in Forsyth.

Costs to Guilford County

Learn the high cost of voter ID in Guilford.

Costs to Johnston County

Learn the high cost of voter ID in Johnston.

Costs to Mecklenburg County

Learn the high cost of voter ID in Mecklenburg.

Costs to Robeson County

Learn the high cost of voter ID in Robeson.

Costs to Rowan County

Learn the high cost of voter ID in Rowan.

Costs to Transylvania County

Learn the high cost of voter ID in Transylvania.

Costs to Wake County

Learn the high cost of voter ID in Wake.

Costs to Watauga County

Learn the high cost of voter ID in Watauga.