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NC state judicial candidates gather for debate

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The eight candidates for four North Carolina appeals court seats up for election this fall talked up fairness and impartiality at a debate and avoided controversy on issues that could come up before their courts in the future. Full story...
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Vice President Joe Biden to return to NC next week

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Vice President Joe Biden is scheduled to return to North Carolina next week for another campaign visit. President Barack Obama's re-election campaign said Wednesday that Biden would come to the state next Tuesday. The campaign confirmed later he would travel to Charlotte and Asheville. Full story...
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Rubio, Tagg Romney in NC to work for Mitt Romney

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Mitt Romney is getting help with his presidential bid in North Carolina from two close allies - his oldest son and Florida Sen. Marco Rubio. Full story...
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New Hanover Co. Commission candidates face off in forum

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Six candidates running for three seats on the new Hanover County Commission met Tuesday night at WHQR downtown to voice their views on questions presented by Tricia Vance from the StarNews and Vicky Janowski of the Greater Wilmington Business Journal. Full story...
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R.C. Soles Jr. to be honored by Brunswick Co. Dems

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Former state Sen. R.C. Soles Jr. will be honored Thursday by the Brunswick County Democratic Party, according to a press release from Ouida Hewett. Full story...
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NC black caucus leader wants McCrory ad off air

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Pat McCrory's gubernatorial campaign is dismissing criticism that his television ad featuring a former North Carolina sheriff has racial overtones. Full story...
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Davis officially nominated to fill NC House seat

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A candidate for the North Carolina House has received the title "representative" before the fall election. New Hanover County Commissioner Ted Davis Jr. has been appointed to the House by Gov. Bev Perdue to succeed Rep. Danny McComas. 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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Romney's tax returns

It's been a hot topic in the campaign before, Mitt Romney's taxes. Now the candidate has released another year of returns.

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Two sides draw battle lines over stadium funding

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video As the teams take the field it looks like a grudge match to the finish. Both are playing or campaigning for the attention of voters on the baseball funding issue. 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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Third-party groups unveil new ads in NC gov's race

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Third-party groups are running new television ads in the North Carolina governor's race that seek to question Democrat Walter Dalton on taxes and Republican Pat McCrory on his work history. Full story...
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NC appellate court candidates gather for debate

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Candidates for four North Carolina appellate court seats on the November ballot are gathering to discuss their judicial philosophies before a group of Triad-area attorneys. 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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