Belhaven Candidate Steve Carawan Requests Recount | Eastern North Carolina Now

News Release:

    Candidate Steve Carawan has requested a recount of the East End Alderman seat in the Town of Belhaven. The recount will occur on Tuesday, November 12, 2013 immediately following the Canvass Meeting which begins at 11:00 am. The recount should begin approximately at 11:30. Tuesday’s meeting schedule is as follows:

    •   10:00 Sample Audit Hand Eye Recount of the Washington Mayor Contest in the Washington Ward 2 and P.S. Jones Precincts

    •   11:00 Canvass Meeting for all 7 Municipalities

    •   Immediately Following Canvass Meeting: Recount of the East End Alderman Seat for the Town of Belhaven (Approximately 11:30 am)

    If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me by email or call the office at 946-2321. Our office will be closed on Monday in observance of Veteran's Day so if you have any questions over the weekend or on Monday, please feel free to call me on my personal cell phone at 944-5504. My personal cell phone number is not for public release.


     Kellie Harris Hopkins, Director
      Beaufort County Board of Elections

    1308 Highland Drive, Suite 104 / PO Box 1016
    Washington, NC 27889

    Phone: (252) 946-2321  •  Fax: (252) 974-2962  •  Email:
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