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Elections

Early risers are first to Vote

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videoWith polls opening at 6:30 Tuesday morning, election workers knew it was going to be an early day. However, they are not the only ones who woke up in the middle of the night to get to the polls. Full story...
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Fennell and Soles reflect on their campaigns

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videoIt is crunch time for local state senate candidates as they try to grab as many votes as they can in the final hours leading up to Election Day. Full story...
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Swart and Hughes ready for Election Day

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The two candidates vying for the states 18th district seat were campaigning hard Monday. That is the seat vacated by Thomas Wright earlier this year when Wright was convicted of obstruction of justice. Full story...
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Voters battling long lines at early voting

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videoIt is five days until Election Day, but many North Carolinians aren't waiting until Tuesday. Full story...
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Brunswick Co. Commission candidates talk growth

As Election Day nears, there are many issues that will likely be considered before choosing a candidate.
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Kids cast their presidential ballots

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It was a busy day at the polls for some young voters. Full story...
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103 year old woman votes

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A Pleasure Island resident exercised her right to vote Monday. This isn't unusual - except for the fact that Lula McQuillan is 103. Full story...
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Students question candidates on hot issues

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videoSome local politicians faced a tough crowd Friday morning. A student-candidate forum was held at the Schwartz Center in downtown Wilmington. The high school students wanted answers to questions on issues that matter to them. Full story...
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Perdue still won't debate in southeastern NC

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Bev Perdue will not debate her opponents in southeastern North Carolina, but she promises to come back if she's elected governor. Full story...
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A different way to vote

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There is a voting option in North Carolina to keep in mind when heading to the polls. You have the option of voting for a straight party ticket but that does not include your vote for President. Full story...
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Lt. Governor candidates talk issues

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videoDemocrat Walter Dalton and Republican Robert Pittenger admit voters may know them best because of their TV ads. Their views on big issues differ greatly, perhaps most significantly on North Carolina's 30% high school dropout rate. Full story...
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The Obama following

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videoThe fact that the two presidential candidates have been in eastern North Carolina within a week of each other underscores how important a battleground our state has become. Newschannel 3's Steve Rondinaro went to Fayetteville Sunday, wanting to get a first-hand look at Barack Obama in action.

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One stop voting began Monday

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People in our area are wasting no time heading to the polls. At the New Hanover County Senior Center, many voters said they waited in line for more than a half hour to cast their ballot. Full story...
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Tires slashed at Obama rally

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Someone apparently does not like the attention Senator Obama is getting.

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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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