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Walter Dalton

Elon Poll: McCrory far ahead of Dalton in race for governor

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In the race for North Carolina governor, Republican former Charlotte Mayor Pat McCrory is currently running far ahead of incumbent Democratic Lt. Gov. Walter Dalton. Full story...
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Planned Parenthood's NC political arms back Dalton

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The political arms of Planned Parenthood affiliates in North Carolina have endorsed Democrat Walter Dalton for governor this fall, saying he will stand up for women's health issues if elected. Full story...
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Dalton campaign for NC governor holds town-halls

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The Democrat running for governor of North Carolina is holding town-hall-style meetings as the political world watches the Republican national convention get rolling. Full story...
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Walter Dalton talks jobs, education, campaign

Democratic governor candidate Walter Dalton held a town hall meeting at Cape Fear Community College Monday. While the lieutenant governor said he was open to anything voters wanted to discuss, his focus has been on education and jobs as he's held meetings across the state. Before the town hall, he visited our studio and talked to WWAY political editor Kevin Wuzzardo.

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Ex-PA governor Rendell visiting NC to help Dalton

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Former Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell is coming to North Carolina to help Lt. Gov. Walter Dalton with his gubernatorial bid, while also promoting a new book he wrote. Full story...
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3rd gubernatorial debate set for Dalton, McCrory

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Republican Pat McCrory and Democrat Walter Dalton have agreed to a third televised debate this fall in their race for North Carolina governor. Full story...
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Dalton, McCrory agree on 2 TV debates in October

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Gubernatorial candidates Walter Dalton and Pat McCrory have agreed to participate this fall in two statewide debates organized by the North Carolina Association of Broadcasters. Full story...
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Dalton gets backing from NC police officers' group

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Democratic Lt. Gov. Walter Dalton has the support of a key professional police organization in his bid for North Carolina governor. Full story...
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PPP: McCrory holds lead over Dalton, other state races tighter than 2008

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A new poll by Raleigh-based Public Policy Polling finds little has changed in the race for North Carolina governor. In PPP's newest poll, Pat McCrory holds a seven-point lead over Walter Dalton, 45-38. Full story...
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Lt. Gov. Dalton declines pay raise in NC budget

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Democratic gubernatorial nominee Walter Dalton has refused a roughly $1,500 pay increase that the lieutenant governor and other North Carolina Council of State members received in the new budget. Full story...
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Dalton, McCrory won't use transition reserve

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The two major candidates for North Carolina governor say they won't use reserves the Legislature set aside for additional expenses associated with a new administration if elected in November. Full story...
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McCrory campaign had $4.4M entering July

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Republican Pat McCrory's bid for North Carolina governor is in a better financial position compared to his first run for chief executive four years ago. Full story...
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Dalton, McCrory dislike Perdue's veto on fracking

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Gubernatorial nominee Walter Dalton says he disagrees with fellow Democrat Gov. Bev Perdue's veto of a bill that would authorize a form of shale gas exploration in North Carolina called fracking. Full story...
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Dalton, McCrory face off for first time

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videoNorth Carolina is just five months away from electing a new governor, and both men vying for the job are working hard to get your vote. Lt. Gov. Walter Dalton and former Charlotte Mayor Pat McCrory faced off in their first debate Saturday. Full story...
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Dalton endorsed by NCAE for governor

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North Carolina's leading teacher lobbying group has endorsed Democratic Lt. Gov. Walter Dalton to be the state's next governor. Full story...
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