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Romney barrels out of first debate on offense

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Mitt Romney is barreling out of the first presidential debate energized by a solid performance that showed his determination to take it to President Barack Obama with gusto. Full story...
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Former Congressman joins debate watching party in Wilmington

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Supporters of President Barack Obama gathered at a private home in Wilmington to watch the presidential debate Wednesday night. They discussed their views as local and state office seekers addressed the crowd leading up the main event. Full story...
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First debate sets up moment of high-risk theater

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President Barack Obama and Republican Mitt Romney come face to face for the first time in this presidential campaign Wednesday for a nationally televised debate that will give millions of Americans a chance to size up two fierce competitors in a moment of high-risk theater. Full story...
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Obama using voter registration to stay close in NC

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Dozens of volunteers armed with clipboards and voter registration forms gather at President Barack Obama's Raleigh field office every day. Their mission: Fan out across the city seeking new voters in the rapidly growing state. Full story...
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CIVITAS POLL: Obama, Biden lead Romney, Ryan in NC

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A new poll from the Civitas Institute found that the Democratic ticket of President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden is 4 percentage points ahead of the Republican slate — presidential candidate Mitt Romney and his running mate, Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan. Full story...
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President Obama falsely claims fast and furious program 'begun under the previous administration'

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Asked about the Fast and Furious program at the Univision forum on Thursday, President Obama falsely claimed that the program began under President George W. Bush. In actuality, the Fast and Furious program was started in October 2009, nine months into the Obama presidency. Full story...
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Poll: Obama job approval rising, race still tight

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A new Associated Press-GfK poll finds that Americans are feeling markedly better about the country's future and about Barack Obama's job performance. That said, the president's re-election race against Republican Mitt Romney remains a neck-and-neck proposition. Full story...
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First lady back in NC to speak at NC Central, ECU

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First lady Michelle Obama is returning to North Carolina to build support for her husband on college campuses and to encourage a techno-savvy method the Obama campaign is using to register voters. Full story...
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Romney, Obama back on the road

The President and Republican Candidate Mitt Romney are back on the road again after a quiet weekend. The President is focused on the battleground states, while the Romney campaign tries to win over a key demographic in California.

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Romney sees 'middle-income' as $200K to $250K and less, as does Obama

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Mitt Romney and President Barack Obama are both promising tax relief for middle-income Americans. But what's the definition of "middle-income?" Full story...
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First lady slated to visit two NC cities next week

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First lady Michelle Obama is returning to North Carolina next week for campaign events in Greenville and Durham. President Barack Obama's re-election campaign in North Carolina announced Friday that his wife will participate in "grass-roots events" in the two cities Wednesday. Full story...
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Presidential campaign, Sept. 12, 2012

An ABC News/Washington Post poll is showing that President Obama is widening his favorability among registered voters.

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UPDATE: US officials probing possibility that Libya attack was to mark 9/11 anniversary

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U.S. officials say the Obama administration is investigating whether the assault on the U.S. consulate in Libya was a planned terrorist strike to mark the anniversary of 9/11, and not a spontaneous mob enraged over a anti-Islamic YouTube video Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Moving Obama's speech costs Columbus Co. woman thousands

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videoPresident Obama's cancelled outdoor speech did more than disappoint. It will cost one Columbus County woman thousands of dollars. Full story...
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Obama speech gets 35.7 million viewers

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President Barack Obama can beat rival Mitt Romney as a television draw, but can't eclipse his old self. Full story...
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