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Pittenger is out if potential re-election is called in District 9

State law now allows for a new primary and general election if warranted by the state. Congressman Pittenger will not take part if a new election happens in District 9.

Lawmakers react to governor’s veto, statements on newest bill

The Governor says the bill would make the process to prosecute fraudulant campaign activity or violations more difficult and less transparent.

Gov. Cooper reacts to District 9 voter fraud allegations

Governor Roy Cooper vetoed elections legislation last Friday that would require a complete redo in the disputed District 9 US House race if new balloting is determined necessary due to fraud.

Dan McCready’s attorneys submit new statements in election investigation

Attorneys for Democratic candidate for Congress Dan McCready, who sits 905 votes behind Republican Mark Harris, submitted the evidence.

SBOE: “By law, Lewis Hatcher is still Columbus County sheriff”

The State Board of Elections says today, Lewis Hatcher is still the sheriff of Columbus County, even as questions remain about what will happen next.

Cooper vetoes bill expanding possible US House election redo

North Carolina's governor followed through Friday on his plans to veto legislation that would require a complete election redo in a disputed U.S. House race should new balloting be deemed necessary due to fraud.

North Carolina asked feds to open vote fraud case last year

A letter obtained by The Associated Press shows that North Carolina's top elections official issued an urgent plea nearly two years ago for the Justice Department to file criminal charges against those at the center of 2018 ballot fraud allegations.

Another voter ID law challenge filed in federal court

The North Carolina NAACP and several local chapters have sued in federal court challenging anew voter photo identification law.

New voter ID law immediately challenged in North Carolina court

Voter photo identification will be required again in North Carolina now that the Republican-controlled legislature has overridden a veto by the state's Democratic governor.

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Local furniture maker preserves historic Clemson tree as a table

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Pentagon reverses itself, calls deadly Kabul strike an error

The Pentagon retreated from its defense of a drone strike that killed multiple civilians in Afghanistan last month, announcing Friday that a review revealed that only civilians were killed in the attack, not an Islamic State extremist as first believed.