Leith dissolution vote moved to November

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LEITH, N.D. - Residents of Leith were supposed to vote on dissolving the town government on July 23, but the vote has been delayed.

The dissolution vote has been pushed back to the general election on Nov. 6.

The County Auditor says the July date was earlier than Century Code allows.

The small, Grant County town went into the spotlight several years ago because of an attempt by Craig Cobb, and other white separatists, to take political control.