Ask Sam: Winston-Salem Journal states that in general, campaign workers should take down any signs put up in the ‘right of way on state-maintained roads’ by the 10th day after Election Day (which is this coming Friday, NOV 18). After that, the campaign may be fined.
However, if the signs are up on a person’s private property, they can stay up as long as the owner wants them there. https://goo.gl/R6zmzZ
So who will be Governor elect in North Carolina? Well, it’s still too close to call an official winner in the Governor’s race. Around 5,000 votes separate Gov Pat McCrory and Democrat Roy Cooper. The Board(s) of elections across the state will conduct a full canvass ending this Friday (NOV 18) to decide the race. https://goo.gl/ea5jwA
What is the Canvass? The county canvass is the mechanism by which election results in a county become official. The county canvass meeting is conducted 10 days after Election Day (which will be NOV 18). During the canvassing period, county boards of elections will also count eligible civilian, military or overseas absentee ballots that are received after Election Day. *Until the relevant canvass, all election results posted by the State Board of Elections are unofficial.
VERSE: “Let everything that has breath praise the LORD” Psalm 150
QUOTE: “A person who loves his job, will never work a day in his life.”
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