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Exercising her emergency powers on Friday, State Board of Elections Executive Director Karen Brinson Bell rescheduled the Republican second primary in the 11th Congressional District to Tuesday, June 23.
Exercising her emergency powers on Friday, State Board of Elections Executive Director Karen Brinson Bell rescheduled the Republican second primary in the 11th Congressional District to Tuesday, June 23.
 
A second primary will be held for the Republican nomination in North Carolina’s 11th Congressional District, where no candidate received the 30 percent of votes required to avoid the possibility of a runoff.
A second primary will be held for the Republican nomination in North Carolina’s 11th Congressional District, where no candidate received the 30 percent of votes required to avoid the possibility of a runoff.
 
One-Stop, in-person early voting for the Republican second primary in the 3rd Congressional District begins Wednesday, June 19, and ends Friday, July 5.
One-Stop, in-person early voting for the Republican second primary in the 3rd Congressional District begins Wednesday, June 19, and ends Friday, July 5.
 
In North Carolina, the politician seeking the nomination of their party, by virtue of the primary, must win 40% of the vote in that primary, irrespective of the number of contestants in that race.
In North Carolina, the politician seeking the nomination of their party, by virtue of the primary, must win 40% of the vote in that primary, irrespective of the number of contestants in that race.
 
After North Carolina's primary elections May 8, it still is unclear who the Republican nominees for five powerful executive offices will be.
After North Carolina's primary elections May 8, it still is unclear who the Republican nominees for five powerful executive offices will be.
 
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