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While national races may take the spotlight during Super Tuesday, there will be state and county decisions voters will have to make, and that's why the New Hanover County Board of Elections held a meeting Monday.
It may feel like one election cycle just ended, but candidates are gearing up for another.
Since a U.S. District Court judge blocked the voter ID law in North Carolina, state republicans have spoken out.
Neil Anderson will retain his seat on city council after a recount confirmed he defeated fellow incumbent Paul Lawler by five votes.
The New Hanover County Board of Elections will hold two educational seminars about voter photo identification requirements on Tuesday, July 23.
Saffo became the longest serving mayor in Wilmington history after the 2017 election and he has no plans of slowing down.
Only a few dozen votes separated the top two candidates for a New Hanover County Senate seat.
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.
It's been more than a month since Hurricane Florence, but the storm's impacts continue, including leading to a couple of changes for Election Day.