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Ex-Charlotte mayor could be jailed for voting as a convicted felon

Posted: 11/06/2014 - The former mayor of North Carolina's largest city is scheduled to appear before a federal judge after elections records show he voted in the midterm election despite being a convicted felon who was prohibited from casting a ballot.

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State voter turnout 44%, same as 2010

Updated: 11/05/2014 - More North Carolina residents voted than ever before for a midterm election this fall. But they didn't make history when it comes to turnout as a percentage of registered voters.

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What else happened in the Midterm election

Updated: 11/05/2014 - While several local and state races have changed the political landscape in North Carolina, there were a lot on interesting twists and turns produced by voters nationwide.

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GOP takes W.Va. seat, aims for Senate control

Posted: 11/04/2014 - Resurgent Republicans captured a West Virginia Senate seat long in Democratic hands and bid for control of the Senate and a tighter grip on the House Tuesday in elections shaped by widespread voter discontent with President Barack Obama.

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Hotly-contested sheriff's race in Onslow County

Updated: 11/04/2014 - Republican Hans Miller and Democrat Scott Himes are in the running to become the next Onslow County sheriff. Sheriff Ed Brown has served in the role for the past 24 years.

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Lenoir County to elect new sheriff on Tuesday

Updated: 11/03/2014 - Democratic Primary winner Ronnie Ingram beat out Sheriff Chris Hill in May. Ingram will square off against Rickie Pearson, who is running unaffiliated.

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Tillis, Hagan focus on ground game on last day

Posted: 11/03/2014 - The top candidates in North Carolina's $100 million Senate race who flooded televisions with messages for months are now emphasizing individual contact as the deciding factor on Election Day.

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