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NC officials face thousands of mail-in ballot deficiencies, update guidance on curing

ASHEVILLE, N.C. (WLOS) — The North Carolina State Board of Elections (NCSBOE) has released updated information to county boards of elections for fixing and extending the deadline for receiving absentee ballots, following recent court decisions.

With an unprecedented number of absentee ballots continuing to be requested in North Carolina, the number of those improperly completed is estimated to be in the thousands, according to a press release from the NCSBOE on Monday, Oct. 19.

An estimated 10,000 ballots statewide have deficiencies that require a cure, or fix, to ensure those ballots are counted in the election results.


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