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A jury will decide whether former Lottery Commissioner Kevin Geddings violated a criminal law.  But he clearly broke the first law of politics: D...

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Lately, City Manager, Russell Allen, has been gone from a low-profile to a high-profile city manager. I agree with him on some of the issues he’s spea...

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The school board meeting the other night was packed with parents opposed to year round schools. One mother let the ‘chips fall where they may,’ put it...

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In the final weeks of the 1994 campaign, smelling a rout, Newt Gingrich blamed Democrats for the moral climate that he said led a South Carolina woman...

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The Governor just rewarded political advisor, Mac McCorkle (who’s pet line, especially when it comes to the lottery scandal, is ‘I don’t discuss my co...

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Raleigh’s North, Northeast and Northwest planning districts accounted for 58% of the city’s growth over the last six years. Compare that to the Centra...

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Last Wednesday the City’s “Livable Streets” newsletter came out boasting about the groundbreaking of the new RBC Centura Plaza downtown, another huge ...

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It’s hard to tell who’s in charge at Raleigh’s City Hall when it comes to the sanitation workers’ protests.  But it sure looks like City Manager ...

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Gary, after all the trials and lottery scandals a little dose of sex and politics sounded interesting so when I read your blog (see below) about Verno...

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This is from Dick Morris’ newsletter (“Attack Dog – Bill Threatens Media”) about President Clinton’s interview on the Today Show and his eruption duri...

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The Charlotte Observer says: “Carter Wrenn and Gary Pearce don’t see eye-to-eye on many issues. But they both love North Carolina and know its politics inside and out.”
 
Carter is a Republican. 
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They met in 1984, during the epic U.S. Senate battle between Jesse Helms and Jim Hunt. Carter worked for Helms and Gary, for Hunt.
 
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