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When The Associated Press and other news organizations asked North Carolina voters for their perspectives on the just-concluded 2020 elections, there was no shortage of disagreement.
When The Associated Press and other news organizations asked North Carolina voters for their perspectives on the just-concluded 2020 elections, there was no shortage of disagreement.
 
In an AP story Oct. 1, Nicholas Riccardi, Jonathan Drew, and Scott Bauer, discussed what they called “the unusually aggressive, hyperlocal legal strategy the Trump campaign is activating as voting begins.”
In an AP story Oct. 1, Nicholas Riccardi, Jonathan Drew, and Scott Bauer, discussed what they called “the unusually aggressive, hyperlocal legal strategy the Trump campaign is activating as voting begins.”
 
Just when the Iowa caucus disaster could not get any more disastrous, the Associated Press has now announced it is unable to declare a winner from Monday night.
Just when the Iowa caucus disaster could not get any more disastrous, the Associated Press has now announced it is unable to declare a winner from Monday night.
 
Governor Pat McCrory responded today to the misleading and factually incorrect story that was published yesterday from the Associated Press
Governor Pat McCrory responded today to the misleading and factually incorrect story that was published yesterday from the Associated Press
 
Last week brought North Carolinians the intriguing news that, in the Associated Press' headline, "N.C. lawmakers to consider tougher laws on meth." That's intriguing because this year ushered in new, tougher laws on meth, and they were supposedly having great effect.
Last week brought North Carolinians the intriguing news that, in the Associated Press' headline, "N.C. lawmakers to consider tougher laws on meth." That's intriguing because this year ushered in new, tougher laws on meth, and they were supposedly having great effect.
 
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