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November 08, 2016

Nearly 60 percent of Pitt County voters had cast ballots by 4 p.m., according to results released this afternoon.

Of the county’s 122,464 total registered voters, 17,306 had stood in line and voted by 4 p.m. They joined 55,457 voters who cast absentee or One Stop ballots ahead of Election Day,…

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November 08, 2016

Presidential candidates and their surrogates made their case to North Carolina voters one final time Monday with campaign stops across the state, including Greenville.

Pitt County's 40 polling precincts will be open from 6:30 a.m. until 7:30 p.m. today. Those in line at 7:30 will be able to cast…

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November 08, 2016

Wendy Hazelton defeated Daniel Hines Entzminger in the race for a Pitt County District Court Judge seat, 35,815 to 32,878.

Hazelton will replace Judge David Leech, who announced last year that he was going to retire and would not be running again for his seat on the bench.

District Court Judges D.…

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November 08, 2016

Incumbents Tom Coulson and Beth Ward defeated challengers to retain their seats on the Pitt County Board of Commissioners on Tuesday

Ward, a Democrat, earned 15,018 votes for the District C seat to defeat Republican Benji Holloman, who earned 13,588 votes, according to preliminary results. District…

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November 07, 2016

With more than 44 seats up for grabs in this election, Pitt County voters have a lot of choices.

Voters said last week that choices on the front of the ballot often diverted their attention from races on the back of the ballot, like the nine open Pitt County Board of Education seats.

Each of the…

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November 06, 2016

Although the local District Court judge’s race is supposed to be non-partisan, both the Republican and Democratic parties have claimed a candidate.

Daniel Hines Entzminger and Wendy Hazelton are vying to be a District Court judge in Pitt County in the seat that will be vacated because of the…

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November 06, 2016

The two candidates vying to be the only state legislator with a Pitt County address have been battling for every ballot, often side by side, during an election year that’s focused most voters on the top of the ticket.

Republican Greg Murphy and Democrat Brian Farkas are vying to represent…

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November 04, 2016

Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, the Republican vice presidential nominee, said one week has made all the difference in the presidential race between Republican candidate Donald Trump and Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.

Clinton led the election polls by about 12 points on Oct. 23, but has been…

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November 04, 2016

WINTERVILLE — Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton urged eastern North Carolinians to get to the polls, saying people with a positive, unified vision of the country can defeat Republican nominee Donald Trump.

Thursday was Clinton's first visit to Pitt County since she…

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November 04, 2016

Congressman Walter Jones traveled with one of the founders of the Tea Party Patriots Thursday to tell people to get out and vote for the Republican ticket.

Jones and Jenny Beth Martin met with volunteers and a few members of the media at the Pitt County GOP Headquarters Thursday afternoon as…

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