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RALEIGH — Two Republican candidates are joining President Trump on North Carolina’s presidential ballot — against the wishes of the N.C. Republican party.

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RALEIGH — The State Board of Elections on Friday signed off on the 2020 presidential primary candidates nominated by North Carolina’s five recognized political parties — Constitution, Democratic, Green, Libertarian and Republican.

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RALEIGH — A voting software company the N.C. State Board of Elections certified earlier this year wants approval for a last-minute technology update. But some board members are asking whether the company, Election Systems and Security, should have been certified in the first place.

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RALEIGH — The State Board of Elections at 5 p.m. Friday (Dec. 20) will randomly determine the order that candidates will appear on ballots in the 2020 primary and general elections. The candidate filing period ends at noon Friday.

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RALEIGH — The State Board of Elections on Friday approved modifications to a certified election system for use in North Carolina that improve the security and functionality of the system.

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ROCKINGHAM — Two Richmond County polling locations have changed and several candidates are hoping to win a seat by write-in during Tuesday’s municipal elections.

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RALEIGH — After the Nov. 5 municipal elections, state election officials will randomly select a statistically significant number of precincts, early voting sites and by-mail ballots to be counted by hand in every county.

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ROCKINGHAM — As election results filtered in, state Sen. Dan Bishop took the lead to win the 9th Congressional District race.

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ROCKINGHAM — The Richmond County Board of Elections on Tuesday voted to approve the purchase of new voting machines that are more simple and secure than those currently in use.

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RALEIGH — The House has unanimously passed Senate Bill 214, to drop voter identification requirements from 2019 elections, and sent it to Gov. Roy Cooper on Wednesday, March 13.

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