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While some votes here in North Carolina remain to be counted, we can nevertheless make some interesting observations from this week's elections. I will address two of them in this post.
While some votes here in North Carolina remain to be counted, we can nevertheless make some interesting observations from this week's elections. I will address two of them in this post.
 
The state insurance commissioner is calling for the head of Blue Cross N.C. to resign.
The state insurance commissioner is calling for the head of Blue Cross N.C. to resign.
 
A federal grand jury indicted N.C. Republican Party Chairman Robin Hayes, political donor Greg Lindberg of Durham, and two Lindberg associates on charges of wire fraud, bribery, and making false statements to law enforcement agents.
A federal grand jury indicted N.C. Republican Party Chairman Robin Hayes, political donor Greg Lindberg of Durham, and two Lindberg associates on charges of wire fraud, bribery, and making false statements to law enforcement agents.
 
Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey on Monday joined the Governor's Highway Safety Program, law enforcement agencies, and first responders in urging parents to make sure their children are secured in a child safety seat when they're riding in a car.
Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey on Monday joined the Governor's Highway Safety Program, law enforcement agencies, and first responders in urging parents to make sure their children are secured in a child safety seat when they're riding in a car.
 
Over the past few weeks, I've been touring volunteer fire departments and talking to firefighters and emergency workers in all regions of our great state.
Over the past few weeks, I've been touring volunteer fire departments and talking to firefighters and emergency workers in all regions of our great state.
 
Mike Causey for NC Insurance Commissioner Campaign Page
 
North Carolina has never had a Republican insurance commissioner, but three candidates running in the GOP primary hope to change that - citing consumer welfare rather than their own ambitions as a reason for campaigning.
North Carolina has never had a Republican insurance commissioner, but three candidates running in the GOP primary hope to change that - citing consumer welfare rather than their own ambitions as a reason for campaigning.
 
Nine Republicans are seeking to succeed 6th District U.S. Rep. Howard Coble, who's retiring after 15 terms in Washington. The winner of the May 6 GOP primary - and a possible July 15 runoff if no candidate gets at least 40 percent of the vote - will face the winner of the Democratic...
Nine Republicans are seeking to succeed 6th District U.S. Rep. Howard Coble, who's retiring after 15 terms in Washington. The winner of the May 6 GOP primary - and a possible July 15 runoff if no candidate gets at least 40 percent of the vote - will face the winner of the Democratic...
 
The Council of State races tend to get overlooked by the media in favor of the more glamorous presidential and gubernatorial campaigns.
The Council of State races tend to get overlooked by the media in favor of the more glamorous presidential and gubernatorial campaigns.
 
Homeowners could see their insurance rates go up - some by as much as 30 percent - if a request by the N.C. Rate Bureau is approved.
Homeowners could see their insurance rates go up - some by as much as 30 percent - if a request by the N.C. Rate Bureau is approved.
 
The incumbent and the challenger in the election for state insurance commissioner share a number of policy positions.
The incumbent and the challenger in the election for state insurance commissioner share a number of policy positions.
 
Candidates for North Carolina's Insurance Commissioner Debate will be held in Morehead City on Monday, September 17, 2012. It will be most interesting to see just how the current insurance commissioner, Wayne Goodwin, defends his record.
Candidates for North Carolina's Insurance Commissioner Debate will be held in Morehead City on Monday, September 17, 2012. It will be most interesting to see just how the current insurance commissioner, Wayne Goodwin, defends his record.
 
OBX Tea Party believes that the following candidates on the ballot for the July 17 Runoff best represent the Tea Party values of limited government, fiscal responsibility and free markets:
OBX Tea Party believes that the following candidates on the ballot for the July 17 Runoff best represent the Tea Party values of limited government, fiscal responsibility and free markets:
 
This primary runoff begins and unless you have been living under a rock, you must know the significance in these runoff elections, especially in eastern North Carolina.
This primary runoff begins and unless you have been living under a rock, you must know the significance in these runoff elections, especially in eastern North Carolina.
 
But there is another extremely important race in the run-off and that is for the Republican nomination for Insurance Commissioner.
 
There are eight candidates running for the four positions in state offices (on the ballot in Carteret County). The Crystal Coast Tea Party Patriots invited seven of these candidates to speak at one of our meetings. We wanted to get to know them better and to ask questions about where each stands.
There are eight candidates running for the four positions in state offices (on the ballot in Carteret County). The Crystal Coast Tea Party Patriots invited seven of these candidates to speak at one of our meetings. We wanted to get to know them better and to ask questions about where each stands.
 
On July 17, 2012, North Carolina will have run-off elections (officially the 2nd Primary) for a number of State offices in which neither candidate received in excess of 40% of the vote.
On July 17, 2012, North Carolina will have run-off elections (officially the 2nd Primary) for a number of State offices in which neither candidate received in excess of 40% of the vote.
 
Mike Causey, candidate for N. C. Insurance Commissioner visited Beaufort County Tuesday (1-10-12).
 
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