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  • McCrory: 'We're going to check everything'

    Governor Pat McCrory tells supporters that they will go through the process of checking everything, including provisional ballots, after his challenger Roy Cooper edged ahead by a slim margin late on election night.

Governor Pat McCrory tells supporters that they will go through the process of checking everything, including provisional ballots, after his challenger Roy Cooper edged ahead by a slim margin late on election night. Video by Travis Long, Photo by Chuck Liddy tlong@newsobserver.com
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