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A conspicous absence in the (Raleigh) N&O as to the uncertainty surrounding North Carolina's 15 electoral votes and where they will go. The only information available is a short piece by Associated Press' Aaron Beard. The article includes a statement by State Board of Elections Director Gary Bartlett saying that provisional ballots are currently in the process of being counted.
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A demographic not usually targeted by the campaigns was nevertheless spotted getting in on the election action at the Watts Street Elementary School voting site for Precinct 2 this morning.
Election Day dawned dreary and wet this morning, with those who had not partaken in early voting bringing out their umbrellas and donning rain jackets to head to the polls. Polls opened at 6:30 a.m. and will close at 7:30 p.m.
Republican vice presidential nominee and conservative darling Sarah Palin spoke to a crowd of 5,000 enthused supporters at the State Fairgrounds in Raleigh Saturday, the (Raleigh) News & Observer reported.
Check out the Raleigh News and Observer's video footage of Hank Williams Jr., legendary country crooner, singing his ode to the Republican ticket at the Tuesday rally.
Most who know me will be able to tell you—I am a sucker for senior columns. Every April, my sentimental heart beats wildly reading last-minute secrets and eleventh-hour pearls of wisdom. In the interest of preserving convention, I’m sticking to the clichés. These are my confessions.
In the Fall of 1972, 900 students packed into Page Auditorium to listen to President Terry Sanford deliver his opening remarks to the inaugural class of the Trinity College of Arts and Sciences. In many ways, the group of fresh-faced first-years gathered that night resembled those who had come before them—privileged, white Southerners at a regional university whose star was beginning to rise nationally. But there was one characteristic that made this class different: among their ranks were 300 women who would attend Duke alongside their male colleagues for the first time.
Journalist and former professor Susan Tifft passed away Thursday morning at her home in Cambridge, Mass. after a two-and-a-half-year battle with uterine cancer. She was 59 years old.
Journalist and former professor Susan Tifft passed away Thursday morning at her home in Cambridge, Mass. after a two and a half year battle with uterine cancer. She was 59 years old.