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Submitted by Katie Harden on Mon, 05/07/2012 - 4:52pm.READ MORE:
A new poll says a Constitutional amendment blocking gay marriage in North Carolina could easily become law tomorrow. The amendment defines marriage as a union between a man and a woman, but some folks say there is more at stake than just who gets to wear a ring on their left hand. Full story...
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The latest polls show Lt. Gov. Walter Dalton with a slight edge over Rep. Bob Etheridge in the Democratic race for governor. Dalton feels very good about his place in the polls. When it comes to what voters will decide Tuesday, he thinks his record speaks for itself. Full story...
Submitted by Marissa Jasek on Mon, 05/07/2012 - 3:07pm.READ MORE:
In Brunswick County, the District 3 Commission seat has been the center of controversy. Incumbent Charles Warren faces three challengers in the primary. Full story...
Jwantana Frink says she is a Brunswick County native, having graduated from both South Brunswick High School and Brunswick Community College. Jwantana says her time serving on several county committees and boards, including the Southport Board of Aldermen, give her the experience and knowledge to make her the perfect pick for County Commissioner.
Joe Agovino says he has lived in Brunswick County and has enjoyed the strong cultural heritage and beautiful environment for 18 years. His decision to run for Brunswick County Commissioner is based on preserving the county and strengthening it with sound fiscal policy, low taxes, and being a strong voice for the people in County Government.
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