State Senator Fletcher Hartsell, R-Cabarrus listens to the lengthy debate on HB 97, the 2015 Appropriations Act in the Senate Wednesday afternoon, June 17, 2015. While Hartsell was in the Senate taking part in the discussion, the state Board of Elections was conducting a hearing in Raleigh to decide whether prosecutors should probe Hartsell's campaign spending. Hartsell was represented by his attorney, Roger Knight of Raleigh.
State Senator Fletcher Hartsell, R-Cabarrus listens to the lengthy debate on HB 97, the 2015 Appropriations Act in the Senate Wednesday afternoon, June 17, 2015. While Hartsell was in the Senate taking part in the discussion, the state Board of Elections was conducting a hearing in Raleigh to decide whether prosecutors should probe Hartsell's campaign spending. Hartsell was represented by his attorney, Roger Knight of Raleigh. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com
State Senator Fletcher Hartsell, R-Cabarrus listens to the lengthy debate on HB 97, the 2015 Appropriations Act in the Senate Wednesday afternoon, June 17, 2015. While Hartsell was in the Senate taking part in the discussion, the state Board of Elections was conducting a hearing in Raleigh to decide whether prosecutors should probe Hartsell's campaign spending. Hartsell was represented by his attorney, Roger Knight of Raleigh. Harry Lynch hlynch@newsobserver.com

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