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Monday June 27th

Leslie Carlucci


Miscounts in dead voter tally

Some North Carolina voters who were recently thought to be dead are, in fact, alive. Last month, the Voter Integrity Project of N.C. “sent a list of nearly 30,000 names of registered voters who were potentially deceased to the N.C. State Board of Elections.

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Santorum suspends campaign for president

Republican presidential hopeful Rick Santorum’s exit from the race could stop Amendment One from garnering enough voter support in the state’s primary. Santorum, famous for his sweater vests and his socially conservative agenda, announced Tuesday that he is exiting the race for the Republican presidential nomination, and some say that his decision to step down might minimize Amendment One supporters at the primary.

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Hunger Games attracts tourists to NC

If you’ve seen the block-buster hit The Hunger Games, you might have recognized the wooded landscapes of Western North Carolina. The state was the film’s setting of a futuristic dystopian nation, where children are selected to compete in a game of survival.

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