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ONLY ON 3: McCrory considers running for governor one more time

video Pat McCrory lost to the governor's race to Bev Perdue in 2008, but the political tide has turned. Republicans are riding high in North Carolina. McCrory talked exclusively with WWAY Tuesday, but has yet to confirm whether he'll run for governor one more time.

Government reorganization plan boosts Perdue’s ratings

There's strong bipartisan support for Bev Perdue's proposed reorganization of state government and partially as a result of that her approval numbers are now at their best level since April of 2009, shortly after she took office.

Civitas poll shows McCrory extending lead over Perdue

Although the next election is not until 2012, Republican Pat McCrory leads Democratic Gov. Bev Perdue by 15 percent, according to a new poll released today by the Civitas Institute.

Poll: McCrory would beat Perdue in rematch

PPP's first poll of the 2012 Governor's race in North Carolina finds Pat McCrory well ahead of Bev Perdue in a hypothetical rematch of their 2008 contest, 49-37. Perdue also trails NC GOP chair Tom Fetzer in a possible contest, although only by a 42-40 margin.

Political double talk? McCrory endorses Breazeale and Pantano

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.

Political ads heat up

videoPolitical ads are seemingly everywhere as candidates try to reach voters.

Perdue to skip another Wilmington debate

Democrat Bev Perdue visited nursing students at UNC Wilmington yesterday and checked out a nursing lab. But the Lieutenant Governor apparently will not come to Wilmington October 24 for a candidate forum co-sponsored by WWAY and the Big Talker FM.

Candidates respond to attack ad

Gubernatorial candidates are responding to an attack ad put out by the North Carolina Republican Party.

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