North Carolina Legislature May Move 2018 Primary from May to a Later Month

This column by North Carolina writer Tom Campbell says the North Carolina legislature may move the 2018 primary from May to a later month, because so many election law problems are still unresolved, especially district boundaries for both U.S. House and legislature.


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North Carolina Legislature May Move 2018 Primary from May to a Later Month — 2 Comments

  1. Perhaps the HACKS will start getting small d *democratic* if and when SCOTUS brings down the HAMMER on their skulls —

    IE AUTOMATIC new elections for violations of the USA Constitution — paid for by the HACK violators.

    IE if needed, a TOTAL election law code ordered by the courts.

  2. The legislature has asked the federal court in the congressional case to stay their decision so that it might be appealed to the SCOTUS. If the district court does not issue a stay, the SCOTUS will.

    The federal court in the legislative case might not ever issue their ruling, and it also will be appealed to the SCOTUS.

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