Selma files suit against Board of Elections
By Kelly Lake and Michael Moon
Aug 17, 2005, 12:11
The Johnston County Board of Elections has denied the town of Selma’s request to validate the municipal election filings of Charles Hester for mayor and Tommy Holmes for town council. In anticipation of that ruling, Chip Hewett, attorney for the town of Selma, filed a complaint against the Johnston County Board of Elections and a motion for an expedited hearing last Friday.
The lawsuit asks for a hearing in the Superior Court of Johnston County on Aug. 29 at 10 a.m. Clerk of Superior Court Will Crocker said the case will be heard on....
Yup, believe it or not, the artcile ends with "...." A reporter for The Kenly News was there for the entire meeting. He was there earlier than I was and this is the entire story printed in "The Kenly News", at least the online edition. Since "The Kenly News" owns "The Selma News", we will see what is published in that paper. I do subscribe to the printed version of the Selma paper, but they do not have an online edition to send you to.