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2010 Elections

Pantano Campaign Manager releases statement on Breazeale endorsement of McIntyre

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“The issues and challenges are too great to be side-tracked by a failed candidate who was soundly rejected in two straight elections. Congressman McIntyre may welcome Mr. Breazeale’s endorsement, but he needs to check Breazeale’s criminal record before he gets too excited." Full story...
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7th District GOP Chairman responds to Breazeale's backing McIntyre

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"One has to wonder if Mr. Breazeale ever truly believed the things he said on the campaign trail. If I were Mike McIntyre, I would not want this endorsement from Will Breazeale's 'Sour Grape Express'." Full story...
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McIntyre and Pantano kick-off election debates

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video Let the election season begin. Candidates for the 7th District Congressional Seat took part in the first of three debates at Cape Fear Community College. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Bladen County voter fraud accusations investigated

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video The Bladen Ballot Battle continues. The May primary has already been investigated for claims Commissioner Delilah Blanks cast multiple votes. Now the North Carolina Board of Elections is investigating several claims of voter fraud stemming from the May primary and the run-off in the sheriff's race. Full story...
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Lee endorses Goolsby; Grammer to stump for Pantano

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Two candidates who duked it out this spring have apparently made nice. Michael Lee announced today he is endorsing Thom Goolsby for the 9th District State Senate seat. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Did state make mistake that could cost New Hanover $1 million?

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video We reported last night the county was moving forward to certify the vote after the state formally notified former County Commission candidate Justin LaNasa by mail that his appeal of the vote had been denied. We have now learned that the way LaNasa was served by mail may not be adequate under the law. Full story...
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LaNasa served; Board to certify tax vote next week

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The board was supposed to meet this Friday, but it had to wait until Justin LaNasa could be served with a state order dismissing his challenge of the vote. Full story...
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Burr leads Marshall in Senate poll; Libertarian gets support

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A new poll in North Carolina's Senate race shows Elaine Marshall's post run-off bump is gone, but the bigger news may be the level of interest in the Libertarian candidate. Full story...
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Board of Elections waiting to certify sales tax hike vote

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The New Hanover County Board of Elections has cancelled its July 9 meeting to certify the May 4 vote to raise the sales tax a quarter of a cent. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3 UPDATE: DA to check out commissioners' e-mails

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We spoke with District Attorney Ben David today. He didn't want to comment on camera, but he said he will look into the claims. That's not to say the commissioners did anything wrong, but David says there is a law that county employees cannot use a public server for political use. Full story...
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