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North Topsail Beach Mayor to protest election result


ECU student IDs now on OK'd North Carolina voter ID list


Pitt County early voting turnout nearing 1,000 ballots cast


ECU polls North Carolinians on impeachment, 2020 election


One-stop voting to extend hours for counties affected by Hurricane Dorian


State delays mandating readable election ballots


North Carolina judges keep alive lawsuit against voter ID law


Dr. Greg Murphy wins Third District Republican primary runoff


GOP runoff voters pick between NC doctors in the House


Congressman's widow won't make endorsement in GOP runoff primary


Early voting in 3rd District Republican primary runoff underway


Duplin County native new state elections director


NAACP wants state Supreme Court to hear voter ID case


Cooper signs voter ID requirement delay until 2020 elections


Columbus County elections board let green card holder vote


US House may review disputed North Carolina congressional election


Candidate in undecided House race meets with investigators


Congressional race ballot fraud hearing postponed


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