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Some precinct locations moved due to Hurricane Florence damage

In the weeks leading up to Tuesday's mid-term election, board of elections officials across the Cape Fear have had to scramble to find new places for voters assigned to precinct locations damaged during Hurricane Florence.

Low early voting turnout across the Cape Fear

Across the Cape Fear Region Bladen and Pender counties had the highest turn out for early voting.

Local counties don’t use election systems suspected of Russian hack

Area counties do not use elections systems made by a company that may have been hacked by Russian operatives.

State Board of Elections sets date to hear Bladen County protest

The North Carolina State Board of Elections will meet Saturday afternoon to consider the Bladen County protest.

Local counties delay vote canvass until next week

All five of our local counties have delayed today's vote canvass.

What you need to know for early voting

Early voting begins tomorrow and with new changes there's a lot you need to know before heading to the polls.

Coin toss breaks tie in town commissioner race

Heads or tails. That's what decided a race for commissioner in the Bladen County town of Clarkton today.

Rouzer calls for recount; cost unclear

videoTwo weeks after Election Day Democratic incumbent Rep. Mike McIntyre has assumed his spot on Capitol Hill after a 655-vote victory. But Republican challenger David Rouzer says he will not go down without a fight.

Tar Heel will have blank ballot come November

video The deadline to run for municipal elections has ended and one community will have a blank ballot come November. The small town of Tar Heel in Bladen County has no one running for mayor or any of the three council positions and the deadline for municipal filings has not been extended.

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