Duke political scientists Deondra Rose and Kerry Haynie: The impact of new state laws in 2024



Whether it’s the GOP taking control of local and state election board appointments or mandating a photo ID for all voters, there’s no doubt that the 2024 election cycle will look different for North Carolinians.

Recently, NC Newsline listened in as a pair of Duke University experts — Deondra Rose, a professor of public policy and political science, studies voter behavior and Professor Kerry Haynie, a Duke political scientist who specializes in southern politics — shared their observations on how the actions of the General Assembly in 2023 could impact elections in 2024.

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