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Today, E.C. Sykes, Republican nominee for North Carolina Secretary of State, released the following statement on Elaine Marshall’s refusal to support North Carolina’s law enforcement and keep businesses and local communities safe.
Today, E.C. Sykes, Republican nominee for North Carolina Secretary of State, released the following statement on Elaine Marshall’s refusal to support North Carolina’s law enforcement and keep businesses and local communities safe.
 
Today, E.C. Sykes released a statement questioning Secretary of State Elaine Marshall’s participation in an anti-capitalist rally and how that alignment with a leftist movement is supporting North Carolina’s economic growth.
Today, E.C. Sykes released a statement questioning Secretary of State Elaine Marshall’s participation in an anti-capitalist rally and how that alignment with a leftist movement is supporting North Carolina’s economic growth.
 
In some election races, the candidates disagree about the greatest challenge facing the office they are seeking
 
There is no small irony that Republicans want to investigate left-leaning groups, because for years it was the other way around.
There is no small irony that Republicans want to investigate left-leaning groups, because for years it was the other way around.
 
The 2012 North Carolina Secretary of State race features two very different candidates.
 
It's pretty typical for the media to wait until the weeks before a big election before doing profiles on the candidates.
It's pretty typical for the media to wait until the weeks before a big election before doing profiles on the candidates.
 
Media reports indicate that a Lexington, NC -based corporation may have defrauded as many as TWO MILLION PEOPLE with an alleged Ponzi scheme.
Media reports indicate that a Lexington, NC -based corporation may have defrauded as many as TWO MILLION PEOPLE with an alleged Ponzi scheme.
 
    The boys and girls in The Ol' Reliable's newsroom have had a busy week -- running damage control for Walter Dalton, Elaine Marshall and NOW Barack Hussein Obama (MMM -- MMM -- MMM).
    The boys and girls in The Ol' Reliable's newsroom have had a busy week -- running damage control for Walter Dalton, Elaine Marshall and NOW Barack Hussein Obama (MMM -- MMM -- MMM).
 
Republican Secretary of State candidate Ed Goodwin accused incumbent Democrat Elaine Marshall of backing what he labeled a subversive organization with revolutionary goals during a candidate forum Thursday night.
Republican Secretary of State candidate Ed Goodwin accused incumbent Democrat Elaine Marshall of backing what he labeled a subversive organization with revolutionary goals during a candidate forum Thursday night.
 
In marking their recent anniversary, the folks at The Ol' Reliable kept talking about how they long ago shirked their role as chief shill and water-carrier for the NC Democrat Party.
In marking their recent anniversary, the folks at The Ol' Reliable kept talking about how they long ago shirked their role as chief shill and water-carrier for the NC Democrat Party.
 
The N.C. Center for Voter Education and the League of Women Voters of North Carolina invite you to attend a forum featuring this year's candidates for Secretary of State.
The N.C. Center for Voter Education and the League of Women Voters of North Carolina invite you to attend a forum featuring this year's candidates for Secretary of State.
 
Candidates Kenn Gardner, Mike Beitler, A.J. Daoud, and Ed Goodwin are crisscrossing the state, making the case that they are best suited to create a more business-friendly secretary of state's office in a lagging economy.
Candidates Kenn Gardner, Mike Beitler, A.J. Daoud, and Ed Goodwin are crisscrossing the state, making the case that they are best suited to create a more business-friendly secretary of state's office in a lagging economy.
 
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