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The decision to move President Barack Obama's acceptance speech Thursday night indoors was all the buzz at the Democratic National Convention. We talked with delegates, who had mixed reactions on the move.
President Obama is not the only candidate who's speech Thursday night was impacted by a decision to move the final night of the Democratic National Convention indoors. Lt. Gov. Walter Dalton, who is running for governor of North Carolina, is also scheduled to speak. We asked him what he thought about the decision to move indoors.
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The election could come down to one group that is not represented at either the DNC or RNC. The Civitas Institute recently conducted a poll among unaffiliated voters. These are voters who can swing the election in either direction. Full story...
Submitted by Kevin Wuzzardo on Wed, 09/05/2012 - 10:05am.READ MORE:
President Barack Obama will not talk to a football stadium full of supporters this time around. The Democratic National Convention Committee announced this morning that the president's acceptance speech scheduled for Thursday night at Charlotte's Bank of America Stadium will move indoors because of the threat of severe weather. Full story...
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Republican candidate for North Carolina Superintendent of Public Instruction explains why he thinks he's the man for the job. Full story...
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As the Democratic Party collects in Charlotte, the GOP candidate for governor in North Carolina went to Scotland County this afternoon. The topic isn't who's running for the job of president, but where are the jobs in North Carolina? Full story...
It's the Democrats turn this week, and our battleground state is in the spotlight. Earlier today, our team attended the NC delegate breakfast where Cacky Catlett caught up with a few of our local delegates who are excited to get to work for the 7th district.
If you've ever met Rep. Mike McIntyre, you know he's a pretty mild-mannered guy. But facing what is certainly his toughest test since first winning his seat in congress in 1996, McIntyre is showing a new level of emotion.
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An afternoon thunderstorm left a rainbow over uptown Charlotte Monday, but the Democratic National Convention is sure to bring more storms of its own. As Democrats gather to celebrate Barack Obama, the political gamesmanship is underway, especially as both parties battle for this battleground state. Full story...