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2010 Elections

New Hanover primary not over yet

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video Just when you thought the primary election was over in New Hanover County, it continued today... sort of. Full story...
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Public Policy Polling: Marshall & Cunningham closing on Burr

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Despite improving his job performance ratings from a month ago, Senator Richard Burr is now in a near tie with Elaine Marshall and barely ahead of Cal Cunningham following the May 4 primary. Full story...
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State, feds invesitgate elections allegations in Bladen Co.

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video From vote buying to violations of a federal law, state and federal elections investigators have their hands full with Bladen county. There's not one or two but three investigations into recent elections and candidates. Full story...
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VOTE 2010: NC Sen. Boseman doesn't advance in judge's primary

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Unofficial election results Tuesday show Julia Boseman finishing third among four candidates. The top two vote-getters - Chad Hogston and Robin Wicks Robinson - will face each other in November. Full story...
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VOTE 2010: Voter turnout breakdown

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A look at how many registered voters actually voted yesterday... Full story...
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VOTE 2010: Crowded New Hanover commission field narrowed

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Now that the New Hanover Co. sales tax increase has passed, the question is: who will be on the commission to deal with the budget. It was a crowded race with four Democrats and seven Republicans seeking the two nominations for each party. Full story...
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VOTE 2010: Pantano earns November match-up with McIntyre

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Will Breazeale, Randy Crow and Ilario Pantano were all vying for the Republican nomination for the 7th Congressional District. In the end, it was Pantano who came out on top with 51 percent of the vote. Full story...
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VOTE 2010: New Hanover voters pass sales tax hike

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The New Hanover County sales tax referendum passed Tuesday, barely. We talked to County Commission chair Jason Thompson, and he laid it out in true Thompson fashion. Full story...
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VOTE 2010: Goolsby beats Lee in state Senate race

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Thom Goolsby will face Democrat James Leutze in the general election in November. Full story...
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VOTE 2010: Pope upsets Gore in DA race

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With all three counties reporting, Butch Pope has pulled off perhaps the biggest upset of the night by beating Rex Gore for the Democratic nomination for District Attorney in the 13th Judicial District. Full story...
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AP: Burr wins GOP Senate nomination

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North Carolina Sen. Richard Burr has defeated three Republican primary opponents and now awaits a Democratic challenger. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: State Board of Elections wants info on Breazeale gas giveaway

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video The State Board of Elections wants more information about a gas giveaway event over the weekend sponsored by a Republican candidate for the US House of Representatives. Will Breazeale offered up to $20 worth of gas for anyone who agreed to volunteer for his campaign in the final days before Election Day, but we found not everyone was really volunteering. Full story...
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Are you ready for Election Day?

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After months of campaigning, the big day has finally arrived. But are you ready for Election Day? Do you know where to vote? Do you know if you are even registered properly? Do you even know who you can vote for? Full story...
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Candidates object to sample ballots

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video Several Republicans held a news conference this afternoon to bring attention to some sample ballots they say are produced by the Alliance for a Better Local Economy or ABLE. Full story...
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Early voting down from 2008 primary

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Across the state, about 170,000 people voted early ahead of tomorrow's election. That's about a third the number who took advantage of one stop voting during the presidential primary two years ago. Full story...
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