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News flash: Republicans often use fear of Democratic politicians and policies to motivate the GOP base
News flash: Republicans often use fear of Democratic politicians and policies to motivate the GOP base
 
As the ink begins to dry on vote totals from Tuesday's North Carolina primary, political observers in the Tar Heel state are preparing for what should be one of the most-watched races in the country: the U.S. Senate contest between incumbent Democratic Sen. Kay Hagan, Republican state House...
As the ink begins to dry on vote totals from Tuesday's North Carolina primary, political observers in the Tar Heel state are preparing for what should be one of the most-watched races in the country: the U.S. Senate contest between incumbent Democratic Sen. Kay Hagan, Republican state House...
 
The power of incumbency, gerrymandered election districts, and a growing national distaste for politics in general might be the causes of having voter ballots for the May 6 primary election showing more blanks than the responses to a pop quiz.
The power of incumbency, gerrymandered election districts, and a growing national distaste for politics in general might be the causes of having voter ballots for the May 6 primary election showing more blanks than the responses to a pop quiz.
 
The races for only 7 percent of state legislative seats - and no congressional districts - are likely to be competitive this year, say two organizations tracking North Carolina voting trends.
The races for only 7 percent of state legislative seats - and no congressional districts - are likely to be competitive this year, say two organizations tracking North Carolina voting trends.
 
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