North Carolina Vote-Counting Dispute Goes to Court, Because State Board of Elections is Deemed Not to Exist Just Now

In November 2017, voters in Winterville, North Carolina chose city elected officials. The vote was close and the outcome was disputed. Normally the State Board of Elections would have made a final ruling, but because the State Board temporarily is deemed not to exist, the dispute had to be settled by a state court. See this story.


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North Carolina Vote-Counting Dispute Goes to Court, Because State Board of Elections is Deemed Not to Exist Just Now — 1 Comment

  1. Thus — who needs the board ???

    — esp now — with all sorts of appeals to courts in election LAW cases.

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