State Board of Elections Reviews Voter Protests

Today, the North Carolina State Board of Elections takes up the review of voter protests filed with regard to the municipal election of Nov. 8, 2011. A number of protestors allege they were denied the right to vote, and they would like to have votes counted for Mayoral candidate Patty Almond and town commission candidate Vera Richardson. Testimony given to the Montgomery County Board of Elections at a Nov. 29 hearing is set to be reviewed by the state board today. We are in Raleigh to cover the story, and we’ll interrupt on-air to bring you any developments as they occur.

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