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2010 Elections

Caster, supporters refute Berger's fake letter claim

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The battle between Brian Berger and Bill Caster is heating up. Both Republicans are in Tuesday's run-off to be New Hanover County Commissioner. Today Berger hurled new accusations at the Caster campaign. Full story...
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Who is Bill Caster?

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Fewer than 200 votes separated Brian Berger from incumbent Bill Caster in last month's Republican primary for New Hanover County Commission. So, now both are working to win a runoff. We've been working to give you more info about both candidates. Yesterday we profiled Berger. Tonight we have more about Caster. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Who is Brian Berger?

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videoONLY ON 3: "Who is Brian Berger?" and "What makes him qualified to be a County Commissioner?" Full story...
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McIntyre, Pantano agree to three debates

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Two years ago Rep. Mike McIntyre refused to debate his Republican challenger Will Breazeale. This time around, the Lumberton Democrat will face off three times with Ilario Pantano, his Republican foe for the 7th district seat in in the US House. Full story...
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Early voting numbers vary by county

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Early voting for the June 22 run-off elections is doing better than expected in a few counties, but for some the turn out is disappointing. Full story...
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Marshall brings Senate campaign to town

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With the June 22 run-off approaching Democrat Elaine Marshall spent last night and today in our area rallying votes for US Senate. Marshall's campaign hosted a fundraiser at the Blockade Runner in Wrightsville Beach last night. Full story...
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Berger, Caster debate ahead of run-off

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Republicans Bill Caster and Brian Berger will face off in a run-off for New Hanover County Commission June 22. Tomorrow the two candidates will face off in a debate. Full story...
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Senate candidate Cal Cunningham visits Wilmington, debate or no debate

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videoDemocratic US Senate Candidate Cal Cunningham hoped to debate his opponent Elaine Marshall last night in Wilmington. Marshall won't agree to debate outside of Raleigh, but Cunningham visited the Port City anyway to pick up some endorsements and answer some questions during our 5:30 p.m. newscast. Full story...
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Early voting for run-offs starts tomorrow

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Early voting begins tomorrow. It runs through June 19. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Gore admits he helped write pension bill

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video An e-mail from Gore to Brunswick County Democratic Party chair also raises questions about Sen. Soles's bill to split 13th judicial district. Full story...
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Tea Party Summit comes to Wilmington

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video The Tea Party political movement is in the Port City this weekend. Organizers say the conservative group is hosting a summit so that people can get their political voices heard in our state. Full story...
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Breazeale continues to fuss about losing

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video Breazeale teamed up with Crow in hopes of getting some questions answered. The two former Republican candidates say Pantano has secrets the public needs to know for the sake of the Republican Party. In a news conference this morning, the two asked Pantano to release information about his personal life, including military records, tax returns and information about his career and family. Full story...
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Tomey drops state senate run

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A possible candidate for state senate is dropping out. Wilmington City Council woman Kristi Tomey said today she will no longer try to get her name on the ballot as an unaffiliated candidate. Full story...
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Marshall dodges Wilmington debate with Cunningham

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Elaine Marshall's campaign today rejected WWAY's invitation to take part in a June 2 debate. Cal Cunningham's campaign accepted the invitation the same day it was offered last week. Full story...
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Berger, Caster to run again

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It's official. There will be a run-off election in New Hanover County for the Republican County Commission nomination. Full story...
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