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Our endorsements for the 2014 general election

Voting info including locations and guides

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N.C. Constitutional Amendment

Referendum would give defendants option of choosing a bench trial rather than one by jury

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Raleigh Parks and Recreational Facilities Bond

$91 million bond would help pay for 23 new projects, while adding just 1.72 percent to the property tax rate

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County races also critical to achieving progressive ideals

Wake, Orange and Chatham County Commissioners, Chatham school board, plus soil and water districts

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Key Wake County legislative races could turn the tide

A slate of Democrats and one Republican

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GOP trying to sway state's highest courts; here's how to counter that strategy

State judicial races

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Add Democrats to U.S. House, Senate

Our endorsements for U.S. Senate, U.S. House

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Local judge, clerk and district attorney races

Wake and Durham County judicial races

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In Durham and Orange, these legislative contests are no contests

Woodard, Michaux, Meyer, Foushee and Insko clear choices

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Our endorsements for the May election

Early voting begins Thursday, April 24

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