NC Elections Officials Expected To Finish Vote Count Today By Rusty Jacobs • Nov 13, 2020 ShareTweetEmail File photo of workers at the Durham County Board of Elections processing absentee ballot requests while maintaining safety during the coronavirus pandemic in Durham, N.C. on Tuesday, Aug. 18, 2020. Credit File, Ben McKeown / For WUNC Counties across the state are finishing up the ballot count today and will hold canvas meetings to tally final results from the 2020 General Election. North Carolina State Board of Elections Executive Director Karen Brinson Bell joined WUNC Reporter Rusty Jacobs to explain the process. Listen Listening... / 4:09 WUNC Reporter Rusty Jacobs discusses the remaining ballot count process with North Carolina State Board of Elections Executive Director Karen Brinson Bell. Tags: 2020 North Carolina ElectionsKaren Brinson BellAbsentee BallotsShareTweetEmailView the discussion thread. Related Content In Robeson County, A Place That Once Voted Strongly For Obama, Trump Made The Biggest Gains By Laura Pellicer & Jason deBruyn • Nov 12, 2020 Chris Seward / AP Photo In the final countdown to Election Day, the Trump and Biden campaigns turned attention to a swath of land just north of the South Carolina border and to the diverse people who live there. Why AP Still Hasn't Called North Carolina, And Why Voter Histories Haven't Been Updated By Jason deBruyn, Rusty Jacobs & Associated Press • Nov 12, 2020 Gerry Broome / AP Photo North Carolina Republicans are frustrated that national media outlets haven't called the state for President Donald Trump yet in last week's election.