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VOTE 2010: Former National Tea Party leader and mother of Marine endorses Mike...

Former Vice Chairman of the Tea Party Express, Deborah Johns, announced her endorsement of Mike McIntyre for Congress, citing Ilario Pantano's dangerous behavior and concerning judgment in Iraq.

VOTE 2010: Tea Party “Leader” supporting McIntyre terminated by Tea Party Express

Several news media outlets today reported on Deborah Johns' decision to oppose the candidacy of Republican congressional candidate (and Iraq war veteran) Ilario Pantano and cited Ms. Johns former role as Vice Chair of the Tea Party Express. Ms. Johns was terminated last year by the Tea Party Express for cause.

WWAY to profile candidates, moderate debate

Election Day is just a month away, and WWAY wants to make sure you have the information you need. Each week until the election, we'll preview one of the big races in our area.

Many questions, few answers about Bladen Co. Improvement Committee

video Last month, we did a series of reports on Get out the Vote activities in Bladen County, where candidates pay people to round up votes for them. We received a number of calls in response to those reports saying we never mentioned the biggest player of all in the Bladen Get out the Vote arena.

SBI opens probe of Perdue campaign flights

SBI spokeswoman Noelle Talley said Friday that the bureau's professional standards division began the investigation at the request of Wake County District Attorney Colon Willoughby.

Spending Revolt Bus rolls into Port City

Mad about the government wasting money, the Spending Revolt Bus rolled into Wilmington today. The bus is on its way to Washington, DC, but today it made stops in five North Carolina cities.

Wilmington man gets $100k fine for political donations

The North Carolina Board of Elections has fined a Wilmington businessman $100,000 for his role in funneling illegal donations to the campaigns of Gov. Beverly Perdue and others.

VOTE 2010: Civitas Poll: Republicans lead in generic North Carolina legislative ballot

A new poll released this week by the Civitas Institute reveals that Republican candidates are currently leading Democrats by 11 percent on the state legislative generic ballot, the largest lead in the history of Civitas polling.

Political messages help burger joint’s business

He's a local businessman who's not afraid to speak his political mind. At his restaurant on Carolina Beach Road Richard French has several political signs lining his business with the names of conservative candidates he supports.

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