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Seven months after he won the Columbus County Sheriff's race and six months after he was sworn into office, Jody Greene is now the undisputed sheriff of Columbus County.
A Wake County Superior Court judge has denied an appeal of the North Carolina State Board of Elections decision to certify Jody Greene as sheriff, according to Columbus County Board of Elections Director Carla Strickland.
The State Board of Elections will hold a hearing on the disputed Columbus County Sheriff's race today in Raleigh.
The long-disputed race for Columbus County sheriff could soon come to a close.
In the past two weeks, more than 70 democrats in Columbus County have left the party and that includes Columbus County Commissioner Ricky Bullard.
The Columbus County Board of Elections held its first regular meeting Monday since voting three to two last week that Jody Greene did not meet state requirements of residence to run for sheriff.
Testimony ended Wednesday and will pick up in the morning for the case for who is the rightful sheriff of Columbus County.
The dispute over who should be the rightful sheriff of Columbus County is one step closer to being decided, after the Columbus County Board of Elections met Monday morning to set a date for the evidentiary hearing.
It looks like the race for Columbus County Sheriff may finally be over.