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NC legislator going unaffiliated, wants to caucus with GOP

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A state House member from the Outer Banks announced Wednesday he's switching his voter registration from Democrat to unaffiliated and hopes to caucus with the Republican majority beginning with the new legislative session starting this month. Second-term Rep. Paul Tine of Kitty Hawk disclosed his decision Wednesday, a week before lawmakers return to Raleigh to elect new chamber leaders. Full story...
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Political parties help with voter registration

The November elections are just two months away and each political party is pulling out the stops to try and sway your vote.

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Political parties help with voter registration

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The November elections are just two months away and each political party is pulling out the stops to try and sway your vote.video Full story...
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Wilmington rabbi, independent voter react to Democratic platform changes

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video Wednesday, in a decision that has garnered controversy among both parties, Democrats altered their platform by reinstating a reference to God and Jerusalem as Israel’s capital. Full story...
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Charles Warren leaves GOP for Democratic Party

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Charles Warren is no longer a Republican. The embattled Brunswick County Commissioner says he switched his party affiliation to Democrat. Full story...
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Local Republicans, Democrats have different view of health care ruling

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video The Supreme Court's decision to uphold the constitutionality of health care reform law has triggered plenty of opinions here in Wilmington. Democrats view it as a victory, while Republicans don't quite see it that way. Full story...
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Cape Fear politicians react to request for delay in NC primary election

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video The debate over redistricting continues. Groups suing over new re-districting maps say the state's May 8 primary should be delayed until judges decide whether the boundaries are unconstitutional. Full story...
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NC Democrats begin tour to talk economy, jobs

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Democrats in the North Carolina Legislature have started a weeklong statewide tour to focus on what they call the negative effects of the state budget by listening to those affected by the plan pushed through by Republicans. Full story...
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Gov. says budget battle for education is not a partisan issue, it's philosophical

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The budget battle in Raleigh is coming down to the wire, and Gov. Bev Perdue says things will start getting dicey on June 30. Full story...
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Three defeated Dems sue over campaign ads

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Three former state Senate Democrats are suing their successful opponents and the Republican Party over campaign ads. Full story...
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