Super PAC drops $47,000 in Durham elections

The Election Page N.C. Homeowners Alliance raises large sums for Omar Beasley and Pam Karriker

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Realtors enter Durham City Council race

The Election Page Durham City Council candidates Pam Karriker and Omar Beasley are receiving support from the North Carolina Homeowners Alliance, part of the politically powerful N.C. Association of Realtors.

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Guns central issue in Morrisville mayoral election

The Election Page North Carolina's sweeping new gun laws trump the authority of municipalities to regulate concealed handguns in public places. Now guns have become an issue in Morrisville town elections.

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Our handy voting guide for the November 2013 election

Election Day is Nov. 5
Take-Along Voting Guides Polls open Tuesday 6:30 a.m.–7:30 p.m. Here are our endorsements in Orange, Chatham and Durham counties.

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INDY Week endorsements for the November 2013 election

Early voting through Nov. 2; Election Day Nov. 5
Our Endorsements Chapel Hill Town Council, Carrboro Board of Aldermen, Chapel Hill-Carrboro City Schools, Hillsborough Board of Commissioners, Pittsboro Mayor and Board of Commissioners, Durham Mayor and City Council, and our handy voting guide

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Gary Kahn

Candidate for Chapel Hill Town Council
Candidate Questionnaires Name as it appears on the ballot: Gary Kahn Date of birth: 5-15-56 Email: GPK566@yahoo.com Download PDF of candidate questionnaire.

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Ed Harrison

Candidate for Chapel Hill Town Council
Candidate Questionnaires Name as it appears on the ballot: Ed Harrison Full legal name, if different: Edward C. Harrison Date of birth: October 15, 1950 Occupation &

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Keep left: A mix of incumbents and newcomers in Chapel Hill and Carrboro

Our Endorsements Welcome to Orange County, where a recent arrest may be more of a campaign boost than a campaign killer.

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Hillsborough Commissioners: Ferguson, Weaver

Our Endorsements All three candidates are worthy of your vote—there's not a bad apple in the bunch—but two seem to have deeper knowledge of the town's needs.

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Sally Greene

Candidate for Chapel Hill Town Council
Candidate Questionnaires Name as it appears on the ballot: Sally Greene Full legal name, if different: Sarah Lee Greene Date of birth: October 19, 1955 Occupation &

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2013 Candidate Questionnaires

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