N.C. Supreme Court Chief Justice Cheri Beasley is asking for a review of 87 rejected ballots in Forsyth County, as her campaign mounts a statewide challenge to the … Associate Justices Paul Newby and Robin Hudson applaud for new Chief Justice Cheri Beasley, center, of the N.C. Supreme Court during Beasley's investiture ceremony in Raleigh on Thursday, March 7, 2019. RALEIGH, N.C. — North Carolina Supreme Court Justice Cheri Beasley has conceded the 2020 election to Republican Justice Paul Newby. Newby had led Beasley by 401 votes […] Incumbent Chief Justice Cheri Beasley’s campaign staff said in a news release they are demanding a hand-to-eye recount, which differs from the recent recount tabulated by … Join Cheri's Campaign. If you are human, leave this field blank. commitment 2020, north carolina supreme court chief justice cheri beasley has conceded to republican paul newby. Beasley’s team, board staff said, asked for more time to organize and compile the evidence they plan to present at the hearing. RALEIGH, N.C. (AP, WNCN) — North Carolina Supreme Court Chief Justice Cheri Beasley has conceded to Republican Paul Newby in their extremely close election after two rounds of recounts saw little change in the vote margin between them. Cheri Beasley joined the North Carolina Supreme Court in 2012 and has been chief justice since 2019. She released a statement sharing her thoughts on the transition. — Cheri Beasley (@JusticeCBeasley) December 12, 2020 "Today, I called Justice Newby to congratulate him on winning the election for Chief Justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court," Beasley … Beasley said she called Newby on Saturday to congratulate him. North Carolina Chief Justice Cheri Beasley conceded the election to Justice Paul Newby on Saturday morning. Email... * Submit. RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCT) — Republican Paul Newby will be the next chief justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court after current Chief Justice, Cheri Beasley… Cheri Beasley: Fair and timely access to justice for everyday North Carolinians. Join Cheri's Campaign. She served as an associate judge on North Carolina Court of Appeals from 2008-2012, and served as district court judge in North Carolina’s 12th Judicial District from 1999-2008. The board voted unanimously to continue the item until Dec. 8, after a request from Incumbent Democrat Cheri Beasley’s campaign.