"Potential Wrongdoing" Delays Harris Victory Certification

The state's board met privately for two hours on Tuesday, and it has not provided a public explanation for the delay.

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Ally Mutnick
Nov. 28, 2018, 10:41 a.m.

“North Carolina's elections board delayed finalizing the results Tuesday of a close U.S. House race, as officials appear to be scrutinizing potential wrongdoing within” the district. “Board members meeting voted unanimously to certify the final tallies in nearly all of the elections held earlier this month, but didn't sign off on the 9th District.” Pastor Mark Harris (R) leads Marine veteran Dan McCready (D) by 905 votes. McCready has conceded. “The board met privately for nearly two hours before voting in public without giving a detailed explanation.” (AP)


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