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2022 elections in North Carolina
- November: national midterms
- July 26: elections in a dozen or so locations
- May: primaries and School Board
News (to file)
- 2022-05-13 Surry officials to hear from election conspiracy theorists, including 'My Pillow Guy' ahead of primaries «Commissioners in Surry County, where the county elections director says she’s been threatened by the local Republican Party chairman over conspiracy theories, are scheduled to hear Monday evening from Mike Lindell, the head of a pillow company who has become one of the country’s best known purveyors of false election claims.»
- 2022-05-04 The Race for Wake County District Attorney Has Been Ugly for a Year Now. It Just Got Uglier. «Some of Chetson’s and Raleigh Watch’s critiques against Freeman are well founded. They go after her for seeking the death penalty, for instance, which she has done six times in eight years as DA—securing capital punishment in one case—or for her seeming reluctance to punish law enforcement officers who abuse their power (in her eight years in office, Freeman has not prosecuted any of the 21 officer shootings that happened in Wake County)» while others are more iffy.
- 2022-04-28 In a red NC county, a Republican leader claims voter fraud, allegedly threatens election official «the chairman of the Surry County Republican Party threatened the county election director, demanded access to voting equipment and told people not to let a machine count their votes – advice that could lead to their votes being thrown out.»
- 2022-04-26 Surry County Republican leader threatens to fire county elections director who wouldn't illegally give him access to voting machines. «Huff said Keith Senter, who chairs the Surry GOP, came to her office on March 28 to demand access to the county’s D200 ballot tabulators in order to determine whether they had modems inside.»
- 2022-04-24 North Carolina GOP leader threatens local elections director to gain access to voting equipment: report: William Keith Senter, chairman of the Surry County GOP, reportedly threatened the position of Surry County Elections Director Michella Huff.
- 2022-04-23 Exclusive: Local election chief threatened by Republican leader seeking illegal access to voting equipment «Senter, chair of the Surry County Republican Party, told elections director Michella Huff that he would ensure she lost her job if she refused his demand to access the county's vote tabulators, the North Carolina State Board of Elections said in written responses to questions from Reuters. Senter was "aggressive, threatening, and hostile," in two meetings with Huff, the state elections board said, citing witness accounts.»