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SELMA, N.C. (WNCN) – Vice President Mike Pence campaigned in Johnston County Friday one day after President Donald Trump visited North Carolina, underscoring the state’s role as a crucial battleground amid record turnout for early voting. 

In the middle of Pence’s speech at the Farm at 95, the North Carolina State Board of Elections said more than one million voters in the state already had cast their ballots in the general election. 

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