SOE Software Hosts Online Election Results for North Carolina

North Carolina State Board of Elections Holds State Wide Municipal Elections

Tampa, FL, October 14, 2011 --( The North Carolina State Board of Elections has posted unofficial election results for the state wide Municipal Elections on October 11, 2011. Nineteen counties participated in 73 contests. The results of the elections, which are being displayed online utilizing SOE Software’s Clarity ENR, can be found at:

Unofficial election results report 155,811 votes cast in the NC state wide Municipal Elections. At the time of this press release, candidate, Nancy McFarlane had received the most unofficial votes with 34,424 votes cast in her favor for the City of Raleigh Mayor. Bobby G. Kilgore had received the most unofficial votes for City of Monroe Mayor with 1,036 votes cast in his favor.

North Carolina’s unofficial election results provide vote totals broken down by county. North Carolina’s election night results are available online using Clarity ENR and list the ballots cast and turnout on a precinct-by-precinct basis. The public may review or download and print a complete copy of the election results.

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