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Second Republican challenging Luebke, prompting primary

Posted by on Fri, Feb 26, 2010 at 10:58 AM

Randall "Randy" Stewart, of Fox Run Court in Durham, filed Friday morning to challenge 10-term incumbent Rep. Paul Luebke for his seat in the state legislature. Stewart is the second Republican candidate to file for the N.C. House District 30 seat, prompting a primary race with newcomer Jason Chambers. Chambers filed late Thursday.

Mike Ashe, director of Durham's Board of Elections, says this is the first Republican primary in Durham for N.C. House, at least in recent memory. Durham is a county where Democrats continue to make up a majority.

Candidates may file for office until noon today.

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