Basic Access Database query question

5 pts.
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Access Database
BASIC
Microsoft Access 2003
Microsoft Access queries
SQL Query
I have an "Early voter list" table that I queried for matches against a "Dem Voters" table with the results generating a new "Identified Early Dems" table.   I would now like to query the "Identified Early Dems" table against the original "Early voter" table and be left with a table of "Early voter non-Dems" but the query wizard will not support this request.  I do not know enough SQL to write the appropriate query; Any help would be appreciated. 

Software/Hardware used:
Access 2003 and Dell Laptop

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We would need to know your tables’ design to provide an accurate answer, but something like this will probably give you the desired result:

<pre>SELECT * FROM [Early voter list]
WHERE <i>voterId </i>NOT IN
(SELECT <i>voterId </i>FROM [Identified Early Dems])</pre>

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