Observers will draw their own conclusions from Tuesday’s municipal election in Elizabeth City. One they may come upon is that threats to voting rights has a price: more voting. Another is that voters want leaders who draw people together, as Joe Peel has done as mayor. Efforts to separate people into “us” and “them” is neither a good strategy for elections nor a productive recipe for leaders of diverse populations.
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