Computer glitch causes issues on state board of elections site



RALEIGH, N.C. - There were some major issues with the state board of elections website on primary night.

A computer error is turning this into a long night for many candidates.

Results are coming in to Channel 9 and we have a live results page that you can refresh for the latest results.

CLICK HERE: 2014 N.C. Primary Results Page

The results we are getting are from the Associated Press that has workers at precincts all over the state.

The Associated Press collects county-by-county voting data independently of the state website.

Results coming in from the North Carolina State Board of Elections had issues after a computer glitch caused them to count a precinct as 100 percent reporting.

But the board of elections had only received early voting and absentee ballots, not results from Tuesday.

The results jumped up and down on the board of elections website all night.

State Board of Elections spokesman Joshua Lawson said, "Initial numbers and percentages for precincts reporting were negatively affected by a display error. The underlying data remains valid and publically available.  The website has been largely corrected and now includes the correct number of precincts reporting."

For complete NC primary results, click here.