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Early Voting ends Saturday

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video If you wish to cast your vote before Election Day, you only have one more day to do so. Early Voting ends Saturday. Full story...
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WWAY goes commercial free for Election Night coverage

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videoTired of all the political ads you've been bombarded with the last few weeks? Well, you won't have to worry about any commercials to find out who won all those races if you tune to WWAY on Election Night. Full story...
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UNCW students host run to the polls

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videoIt was literally a race to the polls. UNCW Students and Wilmington residents walked, ran and biked to make their early vote count in the first ever 'Run to the Polls' race. Full story...
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Spending, mudslinging up in US Senate race

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videoIt's the most expensive race in US Senate history, and the airwaves have been flooded with mudslinging from both sides. Thom Tillis and Sen. Kay Hagan are battling it out in the Tar Heel State for your vote. Full story...
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Pair of veterinarians battle for 8th District NC Senate seat

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video Early voting has been going on for a week now, and Election Day is right around the corner. We sat down with the candidates for NC Senate District 8 candidates to see what issues they want to see fixed. Full story...
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Hagan, Tillis to visit Wilmington today

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With time running out before Election Day, the two major party candidates for US Senate will both be in Wilmington today. Full story...
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Fire department merger on the horizon?

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videoShould Wilmington and New Hanover County merge their fire departments? That was the question a new report hoped to answer. It is a report weighing the pros and cons of a possible merger between the two departments. Full story...
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Longtime district worker challenges Brunswick Co. School Board chair

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videoThere are two seats up for grab on the Brunswick County School Board in this election. It's all about schools in the race between Republican John Thompson and Democrat Leonard Jenkins for the District 5 seat on the board. Full story...
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Campaign signs raising concerns, questions of legality

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videoIt's hard not to be bombarded with campaign signs across the area; one sign, however is raising legal questions. Full story...
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