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Former NC Congressional candidate Breazeale loses SC race

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A new name could not keep a former North Carolina Congressional candidate from the same Election Day fate in South Carolina. Will Breazeale, who twice ran to represent southeastern North Carolina in the US House, lost his bid tonight for South Carolina Adjutant General. Full story...
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FIRST ON 3: Former congressional candidate arrested on charges of stalking

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video A former Congressional hopeful is back in the spotlight, but it has nothing to do with politics. Will Breazeale ran two unsuccessful races for the 7th District US House seat in 2008 and 2010. He was arrested in Florida last week. 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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7th District GOP Chairman responds to Breazeale's backing McIntyre

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"One has to wonder if Mr. Breazeale ever truly believed the things he said on the campaign trail. If I were Mike McIntyre, I would not want this endorsement from Will Breazeale's 'Sour Grape Express'." Full story...
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Breazeale continues to fuss about losing

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video Breazeale teamed up with Crow in hopes of getting some questions answered. The two former Republican candidates say Pantano has secrets the public needs to know for the sake of the Republican Party. In a news conference this morning, the two asked Pantano to release information about his personal life, including military records, tax returns and information about his career and family. Full story...
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Message from Will Breazeale on future after losing primary; state says he can't run again

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Gary Bartlett, executive director of the North Carolina Board of Elections, said Tuesday Will Breazeale cannot run for Congress in North Carolina’s 7th District as an independent candidate or as a write-in candidate - reports the Brunswick Beacon. Full story...
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VOTE 2010: Pantano earns November match-up with McIntyre

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Will Breazeale, Randy Crow and Ilario Pantano were all vying for the Republican nomination for the 7th Congressional District. In the end, it was Pantano who came out on top with 51 percent of the vote. Full story...
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ONLY ON 3: State Board of Elections wants info on Breazeale gas giveaway

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video The State Board of Elections wants more information about a gas giveaway event over the weekend sponsored by a Republican candidate for the US House of Representatives. Will Breazeale offered up to $20 worth of gas for anyone who agreed to volunteer for his campaign in the final days before Election Day, but we found not everyone was really volunteering. Full story...
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Political double talk? McCrory endorses Breazeale and Pantano

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video Former Charlotte Mayor Pat McCrory spent the weekend on the campaign trail in Wilmington. The 2008 Republican nominee for governor endorsed Will Breazeale back in January, but he's also endorsing Ilario Pantano. How can that be? McCrory says he likes both of them. Full story...
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Third Republican files for McIntyre's seat

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The 7th District seat has been held by the Democratic Party for more than 100 years, but the district has begun to lean more toward Republicans in state and national elections Full story...
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Pantano back on public stage as Congressional candidate

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Ilario Pantano served in three wars, and in 2004 shot two men in Iraq. He was accused of murder, but all charges against him were dropped a year later. Now a New Hanover County Sheriff's deputy, he wants to serve Southeastern North Carolina in Congress. Full story...
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Broken candidate pledge would net NC charity $250K

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A North Carolina congressional candidate says he's putting his money where his mouth is when it comes to following through on a term-limits pledge. Full story...
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