WCQS 2016 Election Special

Nov 4, 2016

Credit Matt Bush WCQS

We may never see another election like 2016.  That's especially true in North Carolina.  The state could end up deciding the presidential election, but also which party ends up in the majority in the U.S. Senate.  There's also the governor's race, one of the most watched and spent on in the country this year.  After all those high profile elections, voters still must decide local races for seats in the General Assembly and County commissioners.  

The WCQS news team set out to create a snap shot of what this election has been like in western North Carolina.  Enjoy!  

Let us know what you think of it.  Email us at feedback@wcqs.org

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Theme music - "Last Call" by Paul Rosevere