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Bev Perdue

Perdue wants tax refund delays to stop

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North Carolina residents won't have to wait for months to get their tax refunds this year if Gov. Beverly Perdue gets her way. Full story...
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Local reaction on Perdue’s consideration of gambling

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video During the governors media roundtable discussion Wednesday Governor Bev Perdue made a very bold statement regarding gambling and video gaming in North Carolina. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Governor says manufacturing plant could come to area

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video Education, the economy and gambling were topics of discussion during Gov. Bev Perdue's roundtable with reporters in Raleigh today. WWAY was the only local TV station to make the trip to the Executive Mansion. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: McCrory considers running for governor one more time

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video Pat McCrory lost to the governor's race to Bev Perdue in 2008, but the political tide has turned. Republicans are riding high in North Carolina. McCrory talked exclusively with WWAY Tuesday, but has yet to confirm whether he'll run for governor one more time. Full story...
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Government reorganization plan boosts Perdue's ratings

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There's strong bipartisan support for Bev Perdue's proposed reorganization of state government and partially as a result of that her approval numbers are now at their best level since April of 2009, shortly after she took office. Full story...
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Civitas poll shows McCrory extending lead over Perdue

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Although the next election is not until 2012, Republican Pat McCrory leads Democratic Gov. Bev Perdue by 15 percent, according to a new poll released today by the Civitas Institute. Full story...
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Gov. Perdue urges reforms clipping new GOP lawmakers

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Democratic Gov. Bev Perdue wants legislators to adopt much-discussed changes that would limit their power now that Republicans are about to take control of the General Assembly for the first time in more than a century. Full story...
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Perdue wants to combine criminal justice agencies

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North Carolina Gov. Beverly Perdue wants to consolidate three agencies that employ state troopers, probation officers and juvenile counselors into one Cabinet-level department. Full story...
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Ex-NC senator admits illegal donations to Perdue, Easley, others

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A former North Carolina legislator is admitting he funneled money from his company to prominent Democrats for more than a decade. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Governor wants reason to come back to Wilmington; WWAY gives her one; Office turns us down

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video Monday during a visit to UNCW by Governor Bev Perdue, WWAY's Chris Phillips told her that we would love for her to come back to Southeastern North Carolina more often. Her response was, "I'd love to come. Get me a reason." Full story...
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Perdue avoids concrete answers during Wilmington visit

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video The governor was all smiles today as she enjoyed a tour of the UNCW Marine Sciences Center, but she was elusive when it came to answering some big questions. Full story...
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Poll: McCrory would beat Perdue in rematch

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PPP's first poll of the 2012 Governor's race in North Carolina finds Pat McCrory well ahead of Bev Perdue in a hypothetical rematch of their 2008 contest, 49-37. Perdue also trails NC GOP chair Tom Fetzer in a possible contest, although only by a 42-40 margin. Full story...
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Perdue raising money for re-election bid

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Gov. Beverly Perdue is preparing to run for re-election in 2012. Full story...
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Gov. Perdue says feds now investigating her campaign

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North Carolina Gov. Beverly Perdue says there is a federal investigation into her 2008 campaign. Full story...
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Governor restricting rules by Cabinet agencies

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Gov. Bev Perdue says her administration is trying to prevent bureaucracy from trumping common sense by restricting new rules issued by North Carolina government agencies. Full story...
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