Third-party candidates hoped to capitalize on the expanded political divide this election. But as Hunt Wasden reports, that support didn’t happen in North Carolina.
The North Carolina State Board of Elections certified the results of the November general election on Tuesday, awarding the state's 15 electoral votes to President Donald Trump.
State elections officials say they’re “nearing the finish line” when it comes to tallying the votes from last week’s election.
The Triad’s congressional districts look nothing like they did just two years ago. But despite the changes, Republicans were able to easily win all the seats that they held.
Republicans retained control of the General Assembly after Tuesday’s election, and with the win, the GOP will once again control how the state’s political boundaries are drawn.