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Martin Denning, a former educator and Democratic candidate, says unlike six-term Republican incumbent Rep. William Brisson — his opponent for the N.C House District 22 seat — he won’t switch parties
Martin Denning, a former educator and Democratic candidate, says unlike six-term Republican incumbent Rep. William Brisson — his opponent for the N.C House District 22 seat — he won’t switch parties
 
State Rep. William Brisson, D-Bladen, said he is switching to the Republican Party because Democrats have become too progressive
State Rep. William Brisson, D-Bladen, said he is switching to the Republican Party because Democrats have become too progressive
 
Over Democrats’ objections, on Thursday the Republican-controlled House passed Senate Bill 68, merging the state’s ethics and elections boards, along with some lobbying regulations
Over Democrats’ objections, on Thursday the Republican-controlled House passed Senate Bill 68, merging the state’s ethics and elections boards, along with some lobbying regulations
 
Republican Ken Smith says his campaign to oust Democratic incumbent Rep. William Brisson from the House District 22 seat in the General Assembly is nothing personal.
Republican Ken Smith says his campaign to oust Democratic incumbent Rep. William Brisson from the House District 22 seat in the General Assembly is nothing personal.
 
Taxpayers and patients unnecessarily pay hundreds of millions of dollars in medical costs because of arcane regulations, turf-protective hospitals, and a state regulatory agency that opposes reforms, say physicians seeking legislative relief to open more doctor-owned same-day surgery and...
Taxpayers and patients unnecessarily pay hundreds of millions of dollars in medical costs because of arcane regulations, turf-protective hospitals, and a state regulatory agency that opposes reforms, say physicians seeking legislative relief to open more doctor-owned same-day surgery and...
 
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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