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Trailing candidate in NC auditor race seeks recount

The trailing candidate in the race for North Carolina state auditor has asked for a statewide recount.
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Rabon to chair Senate Rules Committee

One of the most powerful positions in the North Carolina Senate is going to a coastal legislator previously involved in tax and transportation issues.
Gov. Pat McCrory (right) joins Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump on stage at a rally in Wilmington on Nov. 5, 2016. (Photo: Dustin Dorsey/WWAY)
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Trump to meet with Gov. McCrory Wednesday

Outgoing North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory has a date to meet with Donald Trump as the president-elect continues to fill positions in his upcoming administration.
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New Hanover Co. Board of Education reception postponed

The New Hanover County Board of Education will not be swearing in its members Tuesday night as originally planned.
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What’s next for North Carolina under Roy Cooper’s leadership?

North Carolina will soon have a new governor now that Pat McCrory conceded the Governor's race, but it could be a challenging first 100 days for Democrat Roy Cooper.
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Pat McCrory concedes North Carolina governor’s race

Just moments ago, Governor Pat McCrory released a video message conceding to Roy Cooper.
Gov. Pat McCrory and Attorney General Roy Cooper
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The Latest: Recount resumes in North Carolina governor race

The undecided election for North Carolina governor could reach a conclusion Monday as a recount of thousands of votes wraps up.
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Supreme Court takes up cases about race in redistricting

The Supreme Court is taking up a pair of cases in which African-American voters maintain that Southern states discriminated against them in drawing electoral districts.