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2008 Presidential Election

Clinton, McCain respond to Obama criticism on Iraq war

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The campaigns of Hillary Rodham Clinton and John McCain are responding to Barack Obama's criticism of the candidates' Iraq policies. Full story...
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Obama in Fayetteville: US less safe because of Iraq war

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videoDemocratic presidential candidate Barack Obama has told a group in Fayetteville the Iraq war has left the United States less safe. Full story...
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Obama campaign announces visits to Fayetteville, Charlotte

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Illinois Sen. Barack Obama will bring his Democratic presidential campaign to North Carolina this week. Full story...
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Perdue backs Obama

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An adviser says Lieutenant Governor Beverly Perdue is backing Barack Obama for the Democratic presidential nomination. Full story...
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Young voters to have big impact on upcoming election

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Young voters are expected to have a big impact on this year's election. And some high school leaders are making it their mission to register their peers. Full story...
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Young voters excited about '08 campaign

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videoLast week a spokesman for the state Board of Elections told a Raleigh newspaper that young voters in North Carolina are registering faster than ever. Full story...
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Obama, McCain ahead in Elon University Poll of NC residents

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A new poll shows Barack Obama leading Hillary Clinton among North Carolina residents likely to support a Democratic candidate for president. Full story...
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Obama and McCain cement frontrunner status

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It's now 10 straight wins for Barack Obama in the fight for the Democratic presidential nod, while John McCain is moving ever closer to securing the Republican nomination. Full story...
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Obama sneaks down to NC for meeting with former rival

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Barack Obama sneaked into North Carolina and met with former rival John Edwards, who has yet to decide if he will back the Illinois senator or New York Senator Hillary Clinton for the Democratic presidential nomination. Full story...
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Edwards remains mum on endorsement in race for White House

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The leading Democratic candidates for president are lobbying John Edwards for his support. Full story...
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Easley: Presidential contenders should say more about education

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Gov. Mike Easley says he's not ready to endorse a presidential candidate because he wants to hear more about their education plans. Full story...
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Obama hopes for another sweep, McCain seeks a little more distance

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The nation's capital and its neighboring states take center stage in the 2008 presidential race today. Full story...
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Obama not visiting North Carolina

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Illinois Sen. Barack Obama will not be coming to North Carolina after all. Full story...
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Burr says he'd accept vice presidential nomination

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North Carolina Senator Richard Burr says he would accept a spot on John McCain's presidential ticket if asked by the Arizona senator. Full story...
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Obama to visit Edwards in Chapel Hill

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The courtship of former Democratic presidential contender John Edwards continues sometime this evening when Illinois Sen. Barack Obama visits his former rival in North Carolina. Full story...
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