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NC Rep. Millis keeps District 16 seat

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Republican incumbent Chris Millis successfully retained his seat in the NC House District 16 on Election Tuesday. Full story...
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NC voters approve jury option amendment

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Voters have approved a constitutional amendment that gives criminal defendants in North Carolina another option other than a jury trial. Full story...
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Sheriff McMahon on election: 'I'm just humbled'

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New Hanover County voted to keep Sheriff Ed McMahon Tuesday night, as he held off a challenge from a former deputy. Full story...
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Iler, Rabon return to Raleigh after reelection

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A pair of Brunswick County Republicans are heading back to Raleigh after winning reelection Tuesday. Full story...
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Bladen County elects new sheriff as Benston loses race

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Voters elected a new sheriff in Bladen County Tuesday. The county's first black sheriff tried but did not succeed getting a second term in office. Full story...
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Republicans sweep four seats on New Hanover School Board, but runoff possible

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The four seats up for grabs on the New Hanover County look like they will stay with the Republican Party for four more years. Full story...
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Lee routs Redenbaugh in state Senate race

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videoRepublican Michael Lee won a healthy victory over Democrat Elizabeth Redenbaugh to represent New Hanover County in the North Carolina Senate. Full story...
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Tillis defeats Hagan for Senate seat

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videoRepublican state House Speaker Thom Tillis has defeated Democratic Sen. Kay Hagan after a lengthy, expensive race in North Carolina. Full story...
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Recount could decide if Zapple or Hickey join Watkins on New Hanover Commission

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Republican Skip Watkins and Democrat Rob Zapple will join Woody White, Beth Dawson and Jonathan Barfield on the New Hanover County Commission, if the vote totals hold. Full story...
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Wilmington residents approve $44M Transportation Bond

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Wilmington voters approved the city's Street and Sidewalk Bonds, a $44 million project. Full story...
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