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State Schools Superintendent June Atkinson says the success of women candidates in last week's primary show North Carolinians are progressive.
Governor Mike Easley says Lieutenant Governor Bev Perdue will be a great governor because she understands the importance of education to North Carolina's economy.
A pair of state senators seeking higher office will meet in November to see which of them will be the next lieutenant governor.
U.S. Senate candidate Kay Hagan didn't spend much time celebrating her convincing victory in the Democratic primary.
Once again, Hillary Rodham Clinton beat Barack Obama among white voters in a Southern state. And, once again, it made no difference.
Voters in the 3rd Congressional District have been here before.
It will soon be up to the voters in Indiana and North Carolina to decide between Hillary Rodham Clinton and Barack Obama.
As his Democratic rivals duke it out in two primaries today, John McCain will be giving a speech at North Carolina's Wake Forest University