Voters in the March 15 presidential primary in North Carolina won’t get to select two long-shot candidates from the state, Lloyd Kelso and Tim Cook. They’ll appear on ballots in other states, including New Hampshire.
Voters in the March 15 presidential primary in North Carolina won’t get to select two long-shot candidates from the state, Lloyd Kelso and Tim Cook. They’ll appear on ballots in other states, including New Hampshire. 2014 File Photo By Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com
Voters in the March 15 presidential primary in North Carolina won’t get to select two long-shot candidates from the state, Lloyd Kelso and Tim Cook. They’ll appear on ballots in other states, including New Hampshire. 2014 File Photo By Chris Seward cseward@newsobserver.com

Two NC residents running for president, but they won’t be on the ballot here

December 28, 2015 05:39 PM

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