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Now That the Dust Has Settled, Here’s What to Make of Last Week’s Surprising Wake County Commissioner Primaries 

Perhaps no one was more surprised by the results of last week's Wake County Democratic primaries than Vickie Adamson. "I had a concession speech prepared but not a victory speech," she says. "Everybody kept telling me you can't win. But I did."…

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Well Bocontour here I am 4yrs later and my troubles r far behind thanks 4 the blessings

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