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VOTE 2010: NC Sen. Boseman doesn't advance in judge's primary


RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - A North Carolina state senator who decided
not to run for re-election has failed to advance in a primary for a
District Court judgeship in New Hanover and Pender counties.

Unofficial election results Tuesday show Julia Boseman finishing
third among four candidates. The top two vote-getters - Chad
Hogston and Robin Wicks Robinson - will face each other in

Boseman announced last fall she would leave the Senate after
three terms. She was the first openly gay person elected to the
General Assembly. Boseman will serve the rest of her Senate term.

Her defeat comes as five House incumbents lost primaries
Tuesday. Another House member - Wil Neumann of Gaston County - lost
a Republican primary to try to join the Senate.

(Copyright 2010 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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What a shame

Now if the folks in Raleigh get off their duffs, maybe the Election Commission will look into some of her admitted quetionable acts in former campaigns.

By his admission, one local businessman had employees funnel his money into her campaign funds.

By her own admission, she signed some campaign documents which were not accurate.

Let's get that ethics tranparency working.

Good!! It's time for a

Good!! It's time for a change of hands! We need new people, fresh ideas, and motivation during these times!

Happy to know that! I would

Happy to know that! I would not trust her judgement!