Until the state Board of Elections decides on the issue, the District 2 school boar runoff is still set to take place on Nov. 3.
That's the message Wake County Board of Elections Director Cherie Poucher is telling people. She said this means that groups who'd file campaign finance runoff reports that are due Monday must still do.
In terms of Monday, the hope is that the state Board of Elections will decide at the start of their 11 a.m. public meeting at the Clarion Raleigh Hotel State Capital at 320 Hillsborough St., Raleigh. If the board goes into the Easley investigation first, who knows when the issue will be addressed.
Poucher said she can't imagine the state board ignoring the county's request for guidance on the runoff.