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What's Happening NOW: Beaufort County Board of Elections Supervisor Kellie Hopkins Discusses Absentee Ballots

Welcome to BCN's new series "What's Happening NOW", a collection of informational, and, hopefully, entertaining programming, where we speak substantively to interesting and important people.

Season One | Episode Six

Beaufort County Elections Chief Kellie Hopkins takes time away from preparing for the 2020 General Election to speak with "What's Happening NOW" host Stan Deatherage: Above.    Click image to expand

    BCN Publisher and "What's Happening NOW" host Stan Deatherage speaks with local elections supervisor, Kellie Hopkins, to assertain the true reality, irrespective of so much media subterfuge, regarding North Carolina's Absentee Ballots juxtaposed against the Universal Mass Mailing to all perspective voters - both living and dead - a process favored by Democratic Socialists.

Beaufort County Board of Elections Superviser Kellie Hopkins explains in a forthright manner North Carolina's voting process ... and other stuff: Below.

If you are interested in visiting the "What's Happening NOW" Season One post, revealing each episode, with a short description here in this Season One, please click here.


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