By Ashely Claster, Spectrum News Triad
October 31st, 2018
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HIGH POINT, N.C.– It’s a monumental day for some new voters in High Point. Several newly naturalized citizens cast their first or second ballot in America.
- A group of newly naturalized citizens voted for the first or second time.
- They feel like their vote represents all of the immigrants and refugees who aren’t able to vote yet.
- Early voting continues
“This is the country that gave us our identity,” said Dev Bhandari, who is originally from Bhutan.