Straight-Party Voting en Explaining NC's Strange Straight-Party Voting Law <p>North Carolina voters got an extra bit of instruction at the polls today regarding a quirk in the state's straight-party voting rules.&nbsp; It's nothing new – in fact, it's been the law since the 1960s – but it's a perpetual source of confusion. The quirk is this: in North Carolina people who choose to vote straight-party still have to vote separately for president. &nbsp;</p> Tue, 06 Nov 2012 22:15:10 +0000 Julie Rose 15290 at