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Three headlines capture three scenarios in the Democratic Senate primary:
 
Marshall looks for another statewide win in Senate primary.” (From WRAL, whose poll has her leading.)
 
“Dem Senate primary in North Carolina could be headed to runoff.” (From The Hill in Washington.)
 
“Poll: Cunningham Closes the Gap in North Carolina.” (From Congressional Quarterly.)
 
Any one of the three scenarios could happen: Marshall wins, Cunningham wins or they’re in a runoff. But a runoff is unlikely, since no poll shows Ken Lewis and the other candidates getting a total of 20 percent.
 
Marshall’s new ad is clearly a low-budget production, but her campaign has a clear message: She’s fighting Wall Street, banks, insurance companies and lobbyists.
 

Her campaign is probably happy with the big headlines about her fining super-lobbyist Don Beason. But some of her supporters complain that the Secretary of State’s office has done little over the years to publicize her “standing up.”

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7 comments on “High Anxiety

  1. -1 says:

    Cal, all the way ! I have already, cast my vote!!!

  2. -1 says:

    Marshall has been fighting lobbyists?

    Do the lobbyists know this?

  3. -1 says:

    Marshall fighting lobbyist, kinda like Obama no lobbyist when I am president!
    I voted for Lewis, hope there is a run off, the more money you can get these Obama puppets to spend, the better!

  4. -1 says:

    Marshall fighting lobbyist, kinda like Obama no lobbyist when I am president!
    I voted for Lewis, hope there is a run off, the more money you can get these Obama puppets to spend, the better!

  5. -1 says:

    I just ask because I work around lobbyists all the time, and I’ve never heard one of them mention this fight that’s supposedly on-going. Seems like if someone were fighting them they would have commented on it.

  6. -1 says:

    Honestly, that Marshall ad was one of the worst things I’ve ever seen. I love Elaine, but was that someone’s high school project?

  7. -1 says:

    “…was that someone’s high school project?”

    Oh, that’s priceless.

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