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  • Does race play a part in the challenge to Durham vote count?

    N.C. Rep. Graig Meyer, of Orange County, who spoke on behalf of the Roy Cooper campaign and Thomas Stark, general counsel for the NCGOP, speak to the issue of race in the controversy surrounding the Durham County vote count and the race for N.C. governor.

N.C. Rep. Graig Meyer, of Orange County, who spoke on behalf of the Roy Cooper campaign and Thomas Stark, general counsel for the NCGOP, speak to the issue of race in the controversy surrounding the Durham County vote count and the race for N.C. governor. Virginia Bridges vbridges@newsobserver.com
N.C. Rep. Graig Meyer, of Orange County, who spoke on behalf of the Roy Cooper campaign and Thomas Stark, general counsel for the NCGOP, speak to the issue of race in the controversy surrounding the Durham County vote count and the race for N.C. governor. Virginia Bridges vbridges@newsobserver.com

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