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County elections board spends day hearing protesters; Greene expected to testify when session resumes Thursday

Protester Gloria Smith responds after attorney Boyd Worley, representing Jody Greene, asks her a question during a board of elections. Staff file photo by Justin Smith.
By Allen Turner

Revised on: 04.6.2019 at 02:35 p.m.

Posted on: 04.3.2019 at 10:12 p.m. |

The Columbus County Board of Elections spent all day Wednesday listening to testimony — and hearing lawyers bicker — in a hearing ordered by the N.C. Board of Elections (SBOE) to consider a protest filed by Gloria Smith of the results of the November election for Columbus County sheriff, a contest

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