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Obama back in NC Sunday

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videoBarack Obama spent Sunday campaigning in Fayetteville. Full story...
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Politicians gathered in Charlotte Tuesday to support Obama

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Politicians from across the state gathered in Charlotte Tuesday to discuss their support for presidential candidate Barack Obama. Full story...
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Obama supporters gathered today in Wilmington

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While the line grew in anticipation of Senator McCain's speech, Obama supporters gathered just a few blocks away. Nearly one hundred people turned out for a rally on the Wilmington waterfront, including Senator Tony Rand. Full story...
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Michelle Obama in Jacksonville Tuesday

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Michelle Obama is planning a visit to Jacksonville Tuesday. She will host a community event for military families at Jacksonville Commons Recreation Center. Full story...
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Political ads heat up

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videoPolitical ads are seemingly everywhere as candidates try to reach voters.

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Election effects on local business

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videoNow that we have our two presumptive presidential candidates, we can turn our focus to the changes voters and the candidates want to see. Full story...
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Was the presidential primary season too long?

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videoWas it long and drawn out, or an exciting contest? That was the two views voters had about one of the longest presidential primary seasons in history. Full story...
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Candidates respond to attack ad

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Gubernatorial candidates are responding to an attack ad put out by the North Carolina Republican Party.

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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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Barack Obama raises money in N.C.

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A low-key visit to North Carolina for Democratic presidential hopeful Barack Obama. The Illinois senator held a private fund-raiser last night in Chapel Hill, home turf to fellow Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards. The cost was one thousand dollars a person. Full story...
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