Democrats Leads in Early Vote in Charlotte
From the Charlotte Observer: Democrat Anthony Foxx built an early lead over Republican John Lassiter on Tuesday night in the race to replace Pat McCrory ...
From the Charlotte Observer:
Democrat Anthony Foxx built an early lead over Republican John Lassiter on Tuesday night in the race to replace Pat McCrory as mayor of Charlotte.
The Mecklenburg County Board of Elections released results from the early voting period, which ended last weekend, and it showed Foxx receiving 59.6 percent of the 9,145 votes cast. Lassiter had 40.1 percent of the vote.
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