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Pitt County says turnout higher so far in municipal election


New early voting locations open in Pitt County, low turnout thus far


New Bern Mayor Outlaw wins re-election


GOP leaders promise to press new voting law after Supreme Court decision


Report: 500 ineligible voters cast ballots in North Carolina


Parents, teachers rally for class-size law fix


Clinton wins popular vote by nearly 2.9 million


Election counts are finally complete in North Carolina


Burr to lead Senate's investigation into reports of Russian election hacking


Pitt County finishes recount in close state House District 8 race


Cooper finally gets to celebrate with supporters


Buck Newton concedes loss in attorney general race to Josh Stein


Pat McCrory concedes governor's race, congratulates Roy Cooper


Lenoir County completes vote canvass; Cooper still leads by over 10,000 votes


McCrory office nixes elections board hiring of some lawyers


Carteret County certifies election results today


Cooper's lead grows to nearly 10,000 votes in governor's race


McCrory files for recount in close governor's race


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