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Campaign resumes after pause for Colorado shooting

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The acrimonious presidential campaign is easing back into action after a weekend pause for the nation to absorb the shock of a horrific mass shooting at a Colorado movie theater. Full story...
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Ann Romney to visit Greensboro for private event

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The wife of the Republican presidential candidate will visit Greensboro next week. Full story...
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Romney draws boos from NAACP when he dings Obama

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Republican Mitt Romney is telling black voters that he's a better choice than President Barack Obama to help build their neighborhoods and lessen unemployment among African Americans. Full story...
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Your Vote Your Vote: New Presidential Polls

With election day less than four months away, just who the next president will be is anyone's guess. According to the latest ABC news/Washington Post poll, both President Obama and the presumptive republican nominee, Mitt Romney are running virtually neck-in-neck.

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Marist/NBC Poll: Obama and Romney in close contest here in North Carolina

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President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney are competitive in the presidential contest in North Carolina. Among registered voters including those who are undecided yet leaning toward a candidate, 46% support Obama while 44% favor Romney. One percent backs another candidate, and 9% are undecided. Full story...
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NC GOP activists gather for state convention

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The North Carolina Republican Party is gathering to energize GOP activists heading into a presidential election year that also features a competitive race for governor. Full story...
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Despite ending campaign spending, Ron Paul supporter says race is far from over

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video Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul announced today that he will end active campaigning. However, that does not mean that he's suspending his campaign, despite trailing far behind Mitt Romney. Full story...
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Mitt Romney wins GOP primaries in NC, Indiana

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Mitt Romney has won the Indiana and North Carolina presidential primaries. Full story...
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Santorum endorses one-time rival Romney

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Rick Santorum is endorsing his one-time bitter rival Mitt Romney in a late-night e-mail to his supporters. Full story...
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Romney and Santorum meet in Pittsburgh

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Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney has met with former rival Rick Santorum. Friday's meeting in Pittsburgh came nearly a month after the former Pennsylvania senator left the race, clearing the way for Romney to become the nominee. Full story...
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POLL: Romney trails Obama in favorability in NC

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While most North Carolinians have opinions about President Barack Obama, more than a quarter of state residents don’t know how they feel about his presumptive GOP rival in the fall elections, according to the latest Elon University Poll. Full story...
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Romney says NC Gingrich supporter now backing him

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Mitt Romney says the honorary chairman of Newt Gingrich's North Carolina's campaign is now supporting the former Massachusetts governor for the Republican presidential nomination. Full story...
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Romney says Obama has failed to help create jobs

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Mitt Romney says President Barack Obama is over his head and swimming in the wrong direction when it comes to the economy. Full story...
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Gingrich hopes NC is springboard to open convention

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video Newt Gingrich clearly has no plans to get out of the presidential race. When a reporter pointed this out after a rally at UNC Wilmington Wednesday, Gingrich said, "I want to commend you. You're the first reporter to state the obvious." Full story...
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NC governor candidate McCrory respects Romney

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The leading Republican candidate for North Carolina governor says it's time for Republicans to focus on defeating President Barack Obama - rather than upon each other - after Mitt Romney swept three presidential primaries earlier this week. Full story...
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