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    Election chaos: Irregularities mar Forsyth Count...

    Wednesday, November 19, 2014

    by Jordan Green Chaotic early voting. Malfunctioning equipment. Misplaced ballots. Election-night confusion at the board of elections. Results changing overnight. What’s the matter with Forsyth County elections? It…

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    Horrific murder leaves questions about what happ...

    Wednesday, November 19, 2014

    by Eric Ginsburg After a gay veteran Stephen White passed away from his injuries sustained in a violent attack, residents are left with many unanswered questions while those…

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    Early risers turned away when free dental clinic...

    Wednesday, November 19, 2014

    by Jordan Green Uninsured people with unattended dental problems find that even getting up at the crack of dawn on a Saturday morning is too late to access…

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    Forgotten Civil Rights photographs find new life

    Wednesday, November 19, 2014

    by Eric Ginsburg It began with a suggestion. At the end of Martin Berger’s book Seeing Through Race: A Reinterpretation of Civil Rights Photography, the UC Santa Cruz…

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    Attendees the real winners at Mac & Cheese Fest

    Wednesday, November 19, 2014

    by Eric Ginsburg It’s called the “Mac & Sleeze.” Brae Hughes and her friends would just eyeball the ingredients for the most part, mixing together a mountain of…

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The Weekender, Nov. 21-23: Day Late, Dollar Short edition

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Join us for this special, late-breaking edition of the Weekender, your curated events calendar for the NC Piedmont Triad.

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Forsyth election workers slog through school board election recount

Kathie Fansler and Mark Johnson (back) watched the recount.

Kathie Fansler and Mark Johnson (back) watched the recount today.

Election officials, staff and candidates are preparing for a long night at the Forsyth County Board of Elections, as a recount of the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County School Board at-large race and associate supreme court race continues.

The recount began at about 10:30 a.m. with mail-in absentee and early voting ballots. At about 5 p.m., Deputy Elections Director Lamar Joyner wheeled in the first boxes of precinct ballots from Election Day, indicating only about a third of the 109,338 ballots cast countywide have been counted. Read More

Nov
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We’re hiring interns!

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Triad City Beat is hiring two interns for two separate positions! Editorial intern Kelly Fahey and investigative intern Rebecca Harrelson are finishing up their time here, and we’re looking for two new folks to join our team. Read More

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Triad City Beat This Week: Nov. 19, 2014

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Jordan Green drills down into the election-night chaos in Forsyth County that saw double-counted votes, voters turned away and an overturned result in this week’s cover story.

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Election chaos: Irregularities mar Forsyth County vote

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by Jordan Green

Chaotic early voting. Malfunctioning equipment. Misplaced ballots. Election-night confusion at the board of elections. Results changing overnight. What’s the matter with Forsyth County elections?

It looked like it was going to be a good election night for Kathie Fansler, a teacher running on the Democratic slate for one of the three at-large seats on the Winston-Salem/Forsyth County School Board.

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Intense interest in the election resulted in three-hour lines. (photo by Carissa Joines)

When the Forsyth County Board of Elections posted early-voting totals just after the polls closed at 7:30 p.m., Democratic candidates held the top three positions, with Fansler in second. Elisabeth Motsinger held first place, and German Garcia, who looked like he would make history as the first Latino to serve on the school board, was in third. Read More

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Triad City Beat This Week: Nov. 19, 2014

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

  Jordan Green drills down into the election-night chaos in Forsyth County that saw double-counted votes, voters turned away and an overturned result in this week’s cover story.

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Election chaos: Irregularities mar Forsyth County vote

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

by Jordan Green Chaotic early voting. Malfunctioning equipment. Misplaced ballots. Election-night confusion at the board of elections. Results changing overnight. What’s the matter with Forsyth County elections? It…


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