A North Carolina Superior Court judge denied Republican congressional candidate Mark Harris’ legal move to be declared the winner of the disputed 9th District election. The presiding judge indicated that the state Board of Elections is investigating the voter fraud allegations and that declaring either candidate a winner would be premature. The investigation has dragged on since Election Day. A new state Board of Elections will be in place beginning in February. The most probable result is calling a new election, likely to coincide with the state’s municipal primary in May.
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