Thomas Stark, general counsel for the NCGOP questions a witness during a hearing held by the Durham Board of Elections in Durham, N.C., Friday Nov. 18,2016. Republicans are contesting the Durham results which pushed Democratic gubenatorial candidate Roy Cooper past Gov. Pat McCrory.
Thomas Stark, general counsel for the NCGOP questions a witness during a hearing held by the Durham Board of Elections in Durham, N.C., Friday Nov. 18,2016. Republicans are contesting the Durham results which pushed Democratic gubenatorial candidate Roy Cooper past Gov. Pat McCrory. Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com
Thomas Stark, general counsel for the NCGOP questions a witness during a hearing held by the Durham Board of Elections in Durham, N.C., Friday Nov. 18,2016. Republicans are contesting the Durham results which pushed Democratic gubenatorial candidate Roy Cooper past Gov. Pat McCrory. Chuck Liddy cliddy@newsobserver.com

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