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Breaking: State Board of Elections sets dates for new election in 9th congressional district

Pursuant to a newly enacted state law that requires a complete new election in the 9th congressional district now that the State Board of Elections has voided Rev. Mark Harris’ tainted victory last November, the board acted today to set the dates for the new election.

The dates:

March 11: Candidate filing period commences

May 14: Primary election

Sept. 10: General election or runoff, if necessary, for primary

Nov. 5 General election if runoff held on Sept. 10.

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