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Partial Recount Ordered in North Carolina Governor’s Race

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Thursday, 1 December 2016 ()

The State Board of Elections ordered a recount of roughly 94,000 votes in Durham County, a move that could help resolve Gov. Pat McCrory’s race for re-election.
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News video: North Carolina Governor Election Remains Dicey

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On Tuesday, Republican North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory's campaign said that it has filed for a recount in the race against Democrat Roy Cooper, even though votes are still being tallied in the election which shows Cooper maintaining a small lead. Most counties have yet to complete their counts and...

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