Former Rep. Mel Watt's fancy nameplate has been removed and replaced with a more basic N.C. district sign.  Washington, D.C. January 30, 2014. Franco Ordonez/MCT
Former Rep. Mel Watt's fancy nameplate has been removed and replaced with a more basic N.C. district sign. Washington, D.C. January 30, 2014. Franco Ordonez/MCT
Former Rep. Mel Watt's fancy nameplate has been removed and replaced with a more basic N.C. district sign. Washington, D.C. January 30, 2014. Franco Ordonez/MCT

Mel Watt’s House seat empty for months, waiting as N.C. pushes special congressional election to November

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