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NC General Assembly 2015 Session Q&A: Rep. John Torbett N.C. House of Representatives - District 108 Has Gaston County Fully Recovered from the Recession? The Gaston County Board of Elections will be releasing four plans for consideration that could alter where many in the County vote as well as the locations and number of voting booths available to them for early voting and on election day in 2015. Gaston County Mgr. Earl Mathers discusses the importance of the Hist. Preservation Tax Credits to North Carolina and locally, and makes the case for reinstating them in 2015.

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