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With all the howling going on and the attacks being hurled back and forth on TV between the various campaigns it must be pretty hard for the last handful of undecided voters to figure out what’s true – but Elizabeth

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John Kerry’s campaign to destroy the Democratic Party continues. It turns out Kerry was one of the organizers of the Kay Hagan fundraiser in Boston where the “Godless Americans” showed up. A tip of the hat to Democratic consultant Joe

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John Kerry’s campaign to destroy the Democratic Party continues. It turns out Kerry was one of the organizers of the Kay Hagan fundraiser in Boston where the “Godless Americans” showed up. A tip of the hat to Democratic consultant Joe

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Way back in April, Bev Perdue looked voters straight in the face and said she’d had it with negative ads. She was done. Finished. She was taking hers off the air. Ending negative politics meant more to her than being

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A reader emailed this week: “These conflicting polls are making me psycho.” Take Thursday’s N&O. One poll had Obama up six nationally and another, up 16. (Hint: He won’t win by 16.) The North Carolina polls are especially confusing. But

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I’m having a hard time figuring out John McCain’s strategy: First, he’s running as the champion of Joe the Plumber – then we find out his campaign sent Sarah Palin on a $150,000 shopping spree at Saks and Neiman Marcus.

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Being in a campaign is like peeling the skin off an onion: You just keep peeling away layers until, finally, you get to the core. It turns out in the three major races in North Carolina the core is the

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Obama fans probably loved Obama’s half-hour show Wednesday night. McCain voters either hated it or turned it off. And undecided voters – who are usually low-information voters anyway – probably didn’t watch it. So it may not make any difference

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Does Kay Hagan believe in God? To put it bluntly, in her new ad Senator Dole answers that question – No. Dole’s case goes like this: Something in Boston called the Godless Americans PAC held a fundraiser for Hagan. They

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In the Senate race it’s deja vu all over again for the third time: The same scarlet thread running through the races for President and Governor runs right on through Elizabeth Dole’s race. If you like George Bush, you vote

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