Political fights for 2020 begin to emerge after first week of filing – Carolina Public Press


Buncombe County voters wait in line to cast primary ballots outside Leicester Elementary School on March 15, 2016. Candidate filing for the 2020 primary elections in North Carolina has been open since Dec. 2 and will end at noon Dec. 20. Colby Rabon / Carolina Public Press

With legal challenges to the state’s congressional and legislative maps closed, candidate filing for North Carolina’s 2020 election cycle opened last week, setting in motion what promises to be a contentious year of campaigns up and down the ballot.

The three-week filing period opened Dec. 2, after an unusually quick…

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