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TOMORROW: State Senate Candidates talk K-12 Education at Town Forum

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The objective of the Town Hall Forum is for each of the four candidates in Senate District 8 and 9 to hear the concerns of parents as well as public school and nontraditional school leaders. Full story...
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Lieutenant Governor tours Battleship

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Walter Dalton went on a guided tour of the Navy ship docked in the Cape Fear River. Dalton got to see the parts of the ship that are on the tour path and even got to check out some parts of the ship that are off the tour path. Full story...
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Bladen County elections investigation update

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Investigators say no evidence of vote buying, but find some evidence to substantiate other claims. Full story...
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VOTE 2010 PROFILE: Butch Pope, candidate for District Attorney

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video For the first time in 20 years, Brunswick, Bladen and Columbus Counties will soon have a new District Attorney. Incumbent Rex Gore lost his bid for reelection. Tonight, we introduce you to the man who knocked him out of the race: Democratic candidate and Whiteville attorney Butch Pope. Full story...
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McIntyre to host business and economic development summit

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Rep. Mike McIntyre announced today that approximately 150 key business leaders and Chambers of Commerce officials from Southeastern North Carolina will attend his 2010 “The Washington Perspective” business and economic development summit on September 13-14 in the nation’s capital. Full story...
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Memorable NC men rock from left to right in new ad

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Republican Sen. Richard Burr began airing an ad Thursday featuring two memorable men in rocking chairs. It's the same two talkers who starred in a nearly identical spot credited for helping Democratic Sen. Kay Hagan to victory in 2008. Full story...
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DNC Chairman says McIntyre running away from being a Democrat

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On Fox News Sunday, host Chris Wallace asked Tim Kaine, Chairman of the Democratic National Committee, about Democrats running away from the Democratic Party. Full story...
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Supporters rally for gas station's flag

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About 150 people gathered together for a Save the Flag rally at the Buy 'n Go gas station on Highway 17 in Leland. The Leland town council ordered a large flag at the gas station to come down because it violates town ordinance. Full story...
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Should a convicted felon be a Sheriff? You'll decide in November

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When North Carolina voters go to the polls on November 2, they will find more than candidates’ names on their ballots. They also will be voting on a constitutional amendment that could affect the names on future ballots. The 2010 General Assembly approved a measure (Session Law 2010-49) that would ban convicted felons from serving as sheriffs in North Carolina. Full story...
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A look at the McIntyre ad Pantano is upset about

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"Worth Fighting For," the latest ad from Congressman Mike McIntyre's campaign can be seen at... Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: Newspaper reporter's contribution raises ethical question

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video A Whiteville News Reporter story accused District Attorney candidate Jon David of trying to hire a man to round up votes, which David denies. We found that the reporter who wrote the story contributed to the campaign of David's opponent Butch Pope. Full story...
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McIntyre campaign: 'No comment' on Breazeale endorsement

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A day after one of the more bizarre endorsements in recent political history, the campaign that received the endorsement responded. Kind of. Full story...
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Former GOP candidate for Congress now backs Democrat McIntyre

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videoJust when you thought we had heard the last of Will Breazeale, the Republican candidate for Congress has come out saying he will now support his former Democratic opponent. The reason, he says, he couldn't stand on the sidelines anymore. Full story...
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Pantano Campaign Manager releases statement on Breazeale endorsement of McIntyre

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“The issues and challenges are too great to be side-tracked by a failed candidate who was soundly rejected in two straight elections. Congressman McIntyre may welcome Mr. Breazeale’s endorsement, but he needs to check Breazeale’s criminal record before he gets too excited." Full story...
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