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Probe launched into election-related phone calls

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The New Hanover County Board of Elections officially announced Monday its investigation into a series of "irregular" election-related recorded telephone calls. Full story...
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Candidates, county renounce campaign calls that claim to be Brian Berger

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videoDuring election season, automated calls from candidates are nothing out of the norm, but last night and this morning some New Hanover County voters got one with what sounds like unexpected endorsements from Commissioner Brian Berger. Full story...
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New chief looking to grow state ports

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videoThe North Carolina Ports Authority has a new executive director. On his second day on the job, Paul Cozza, who comes to the Port City from the Boston area, says he is excited to get started. Full story...
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Spell check: Campaign ad needs an education

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videoAn ad for a North Carolina Senate candidate is turning into a teachable moment. In his most recent campaign ads, Republican Michael Lee had one very important word spelled wrong. Full story...
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McCrory taps Michael Lee for NC Ports Authority Board chair

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videoGov. Pat McCrory has selected a Wilmington attorney and state Senate candidate as the new chair of the NC Ports Authority Board of Directors. Michael Lee replaces Danny McComas, also of Wilmington, who resigned the post late last month. Full story...
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Few primary challenges for area legislators

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If you head to the polls in southeastern North Carolina this spring for primary elections, there's a good chance you won't see races for the General Assembly on your ballot. There are three senate districts and seven house districts that cover Bladen, Brunswick, Columbus, New Hanover and Pender counties. But of those 10 districts, only three will have a primary May 6. Full story...
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Back in GOP, LaNasa to run for NC Senate

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Justin LaNasa is back in the Republican Party and running for office again. He switched back to the GOP in July, according to the New Hanover County Board of Elections, and today filed to run for the 9th District NC Senate seat Thom Goolsby is leaving. Full story...
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Michael Lee to run again for NC Senate, gets Goolsby's support

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videoWe now know at least one candidate running for the Republican nomination for the 9th District NC Senate seat. Five days after Thom Goolsby shocked many in the GOP by announcing he will not seek reelection a man he once defeated will run to replace him. Full story...
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McCrory appointee raised $106,000 for campaign

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A newly sworn-in North Carolina Board of Transportation member raised more than $100,000 for Gov. Pat McCrory's 2012 campaign. Full story...
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McCrory appoints Wilmington attorney to Transportation Board

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videoGov. Pat McCrory has tapped a Wilmington attorney to represent southeastern North Carolina on the state's Board of Transportation. The Joint Legislative Transportation Oversight Committee was now review Michael Lee's appointment. 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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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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Republican senate candidates debate

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With the primary just a few days away two republican senate candidates debate the issues. Full story...
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Campaign race for state Senate gets heated

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video The mud slinging in this race started months ago with a video made by Michael Lee's committee. According to Lee, the knock-off political Jib Jab video puts humor into Thom Goolsby's campaign video in which Goolsby claims he's not a politician. Full story...
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Michael Lee to run for seat in State Senate

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There is a new name in the hat to represent New Hanover County in the State Senate. Attorney Michael Lee, a Republican, announced this week that he will once again run for the seat... Full story...
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