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New Election Date Set In North Carolina's 9th District Following Fraud Investigation

A new primary in the district is set for May. Republican Mark Harris, who held a narrow lead in the unofficial vote tally, won't run again. An operative his campaign hired has been indicted.
Democrat Dan McCready makes his way through the crowd at an event following the North Carolina State Board of Elections decision to hold a new election in the state's ninth congressional district. Source: Jeff Siner

Voters in North Carolina's 9th Congressional District now know when they will head to the polls, again.

The State Board of Elections met Monday and voted to set the dates for new general and primary elections in the district, after the

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