RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) Next week marks the start of a new round of elections in the nations last unresolved congressional race after Novembers results were thrown out because of concerns about ballot tampering and state officials called for a do-over.
North Carolina elections board officials set May 14 for a primary election with the general election to follow on Sept. 10.
The new election resulted after testimony that a political operative working for Republican candidate Mark Harris in rural Bladen County collected mail-in ballots, making votes vulnerable to being changed or discarded.
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