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Monday December 5th

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UNC sophomore running back Elijah Green (21) prepares to make a touchdown at the homecoming football game against Pitt on Oct. 19, 2022 at Kenan Stadium. UNC beat Pitt 42-24.

UNC football working through adjustments, looking ahead to road test at Virginia

Entering the new month, the Tar Heels face challenges beyond just the added pressure of being a top-20 team. In the team's 42-24 win over Pitt last Saturday, three starting players — graduate jack Noah Taylor, junior defensive end Desmond Evans and sophomore running back Caleb Hood — suffered season-ending injuries that will force the team to close out the year with a new lineup.

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DTH Photo Illustration. Poll observers make sure polling places adhere to regulations, while poll workers are paid staff of polling places.

What's the difference between poll workers and poll observers?

Poll workers, otherwise known as precinct election officials, are comprised of judges and assistants and are appointed by the local board of elections. They serve to check voters in and to assist them in the voting process as needed.  Poll observers, however, are not affiliated with local county boards and are instead registered by their respective parties. They are volunteers who perform different duties depending on if they are inside or outside the polling location.

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DTH Photo Illustration. A UNC student completes his official absentee ballot on Monday, Oct. 31, 2022. Many students are unsure who to vote for within the Democratic Party. 

Column: The Democratic party is disappointing.

"This is the problem. Democrats' don't do. They’ve taken up this somewhat “preventative” rhetoric. They emphasize all of the things they will prevent Republicans from doing (further restricting abortion access is an especially prominent example in this current election cycle). Telling voters all of the things you won’t let happen isn’t good campaigning. It's impassive and a scare tactic."

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