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  • Durham recount set to finish by deadline

    The recount of about 94,000 ballots in Durham County should be finished well before its deadline, officials said in December 2016 as Election Day tabulations were in full swing. The Durham County Board of Elections hired more than 50 locals and brought in extra vote-counting machines to help speed the recount, which began after emergency meetings held by both the county board and the state board of elections that tackled controversial election issues around the state.

The recount of about 94,000 ballots in Durham County should be finished well before its deadline, officials said in December 2016 as Election Day tabulations were in full swing. The Durham County Board of Elections hired more than 50 locals and brought in extra vote-counting machines to help speed the recount, which began after emergency meetings held by both the county board and the state board of elections that tackled controversial election issues around the state. Adam Jennings newsobserver.com
The recount of about 94,000 ballots in Durham County should be finished well before its deadline, officials said in December 2016 as Election Day tabulations were in full swing. The Durham County Board of Elections hired more than 50 locals and brought in extra vote-counting machines to help speed the recount, which began after emergency meetings held by both the county board and the state board of elections that tackled controversial election issues around the state. Adam Jennings newsobserver.com

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