Durham election officials have been ordered to do a machine recount on more than 90,000 ballots after technical challenges on election night. Late Thursday, the State Board of Elections gave Durham a Monday deadline to complete that recount.
The recount is expected to help settle the still-undecided governor's race between incumbent Gov. Pat McCrory and his challenger Roy Cooper.
Also, a three-judge panel of a federal court this week ordered the North Carolina legislature to redraw their district lines and hold a new election next year. The court found 28 of the state house and senate districts were unconstitutionally racially gerrymandered.
Jeff Tiberii talks with WUNC Data Reporter Jason deBruyn about these and other stories on this episode of the WUNCPolitics podcast.