North Carolina Primary Elections For Second Time

North Carolina State Legislature made a decision to by passing a bill about conducting primary elections in case the elections board approves a second vote for the congressional election. This gives a chance for the Republicans who replace their candidate Mark Harris. The bill passed by the State Legislature received support widely which could trouble Republicans in selecting Harris as their candidate even though he had won the general election held in November after facing Democratic candidate.

The state elections board failed to approve the election in November and now they may order the vote to happen for the second time. There will be a hearing from the elections board very soon to get a clear stand on the absentee votes. There are also possibilities that Mark Harris can face Robert M. Pittenger as his opponent again in the second voting and some of the reports also suggest that new candidates will be announced.