RALEIGH — As required by law, the State Board of Elections office on Friday randomly determined the order of candidates on the primary and general election ballots in the new election for the 9th Congressional District.

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ROCKINGHAM — As filing for the 9th Congressional District special election came to a close Friday, the field of Republican candidates increased to 10.

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ROCKINGHAM — With one day left of filing for the 9th District special election, the field of Republican candidates has increased by three.

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ROCKINGHAM — Another third-party candidate has entered the race for a chance to go to Washington and represent the 9th District in the U.S. House of Representatives, bringing the total field to five.

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ROCKINGHAM — Democrat Dan McCready was the only candidate to file for the 9th Congressional District special election on Tuesday, according to the N.C. State Board of Elections.

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ROCKINGHAM — The first day of filing for the 9th Congressional District special election ended with three candidates, but only one familiar name.

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ROCKINGHAM — Dan McCready won’t be the only retired Marine running for the 9th Congressional District, as former Mecklenberg County Commissioner Matthew Ridenhour— saying "It takes a Marine to beat a Marine  announced in a press release Wednesday that he was jumping in the race, bringing the field of GOP candidates to five for the special election.

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ROCKINGHAM — The schedule for the upcoming special election for the 9th Congressional District should be known by next week.

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RALEIGH — Leslie McCrae Dowless, the alleged mastermind of an election fraud scheme in the 9th Congressional District, was arrested Wednesday and jailed in Wake County.

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ROCKINGHAM — With Mark Harris withdrawing from a special election for the 9th Congressional District, it seems more likely there will have to be a primary for the race.

Aside from the inconvenience of having to go back to the polls, the new election could cost the county upwards of $150,000.

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