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2008 Presidential Election

Sen. Joe Biden held two rallies in NC Monday

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Democratic vice presidential nominee, Senator Joe Biden, returned to North Carolina Monday, just a few days after he finished a three-city bus tour. Full story...
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Libertarian presidential candidate to visit NC

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Libertarian Party candidate for president Bob Barr will visit North Carolina next week. The former Georgia congressman will visit two Triangle universities Tuesday. Full story...
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McCain to visit Port City Monday

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The North Carolina Republican Party said Sen. John McCain will bring his presidential campaign to Wilmington Monday. McCain will hold a town hall meeting at Cape Fear Community College's Schwartz Center. Full story...
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Officials preparing for Election Day

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videoElection Day is still a little more than a month away, but election officials are busy preparing for last minute registrations and the crowd expected to cast their ballot early. Full story...
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McIntyre, Clinton endorse Obama

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US Rep. Mike McIntyre (D-7th District) told NewsChannel 3 Friday night he will support presumptive Democratic nominee Barack Obama. McIntyre also said, "It's time for the party to unify."

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NC turnout shatters record

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More than 2.1 million people cast a ballot in Tuesday's election, and most voted in the Democratic primary that featured the historic race for the White House. Full story...
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Clinton pushes on to West Virginia; Obama takes a break

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Without a break after yesterday's two contests, Hillary Rodham Clinton is pushing full steam ahead to next week's primary in West Virginia. Full story...
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Clinton lends her struggling campaign $6.4 million

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Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton has lent her presidential campaign $6.4 million over the past month, a campaign aide says. Full story...
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Obama wins North Carolina; Clinton eeks out Indiana

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Barack Obama says he knows the marathon struggle for the Democratic nomination has caused "bruised feelings on both sides" but predicts the party will unite by November. And his campaign is dropping broad hints that it's time for the 270 remaining unaligned party figures known as superdelegates to get off the fence and settle the nomination. Full story...
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N.C. sees huge voter turn-out

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The polls have closed across North Carolina. Lines and waits greeted some voters this morning. Record turn-out was expected as North Carolina votes in a presidential primary that matters for the first time in at least a generation. Full story...
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