Buncombe County voters wait in line to cast primary ballots. File photo by Colby Rabon / Carolina Public Press

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Carolina Public Press elections reporter Jordan Wilkie explains where the votes stand now that the dust is beginning to settle from November 3rd. Outstanding races in the state could be changed by the remaining votes. He also explains answers to some of the common questions about the unknown results and discusses the persistent purple nature of North Carolina politics.

Read more on the latest developments on results in North Carolina here, and check out the growing library of analysis related to the 2020 election at our website.

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Stephanie Carson is the former news and community partnerships manager at Carolina Public Press.