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Vote 2012

Voter turnout anemic for NC 2nd primaries

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North Carolina's voter turnout for the primary runoff is on track to match or break a record low. Full story...
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Presidential exhibit headed to Charlotte

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An exhibit giving people a glimpse of what American presidents see every day is opening in the North Carolina city were Democrats will nominate Barack Obama as their presidential candidate. Full story...
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Primary election voting today

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Find your polling location. Full story...
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Turnout expectations low ahead of second primary

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video You may have voted in May, but North Carolina's primary campaign wraps up tomorrow. Meanwhile candidates are still trying to get the word out about the election. Full story...
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Dalton, McCrory won't use transition reserve

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The two major candidates for North Carolina governor say they won't use reserves the Legislature set aside for additional expenses associated with a new administration if elected in November. Full story...
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McIntyre's camp announces fundraising amount for second quarter

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The Mike McIntyre for Congress Campaign Committee announced today that it raised almost $400,000 during the second quarter. Full story...
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Turnout still low as early voting for 2nd Primary nears end

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Early voting in the Second Primary election ends at 1 p.m. tomorrow. Turnout so far has been extremely low. 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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NC Republicans vastly outraise state Democrats

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North Carolina Democrats are losing the fundraising battle by a wide margin with less than four months to go until the general election. Full story...
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Your Voice, Your Vote: NAACP and presidential campaigns

Yesterday, Mitt Romney addressed the nation's largest civil rights organization, saying he'd do more for African-Americans than Barack Obama. It was a message that didn't go over too well.

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