GREENSBORO, N.C. -- It's a question 2 Wants To Know gets whenever something big in our state happens.
Can my employer make me go to work in a snow storm? Or what about a state of emergency, like Hurricane Matthew. The answer, yes!
Since they don't have to give you time off those times, they don't have to give you time off to vote either.
There is no law in North Carolina requiring employers give employees time off to vote.
According to findlaw.com, 19 states, including NC and D.C, don't have laws requiring employers let their workers time off to vote.
In Texas, employees must be given time to vote without any penalties. However, that's only if the polls are not open two consecutive hours outside the employee's work day.
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