The NC General Assembly voted to cancel the May 2018 primary elections for judicial races amid discussions about changing how judges get to the bench.
The NC General Assembly voted to cancel the May 2018 primary elections for judicial races amid discussions about changing how judges get to the bench. David Goldman N&O file photo
The NC General Assembly voted to cancel the May 2018 primary elections for judicial races amid discussions about changing how judges get to the bench. David Goldman N&O file photo
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