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North Carolina Open to Democrats in 2008
Wednesday, September 03 2008

Tags: battleground | campaign | democracy corps | Democrats | house | incumbents | mccain | North Carolina | obama | presidential | Republican Party

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Democratic candidates for Senate and President are poised to give Republicans in North Carolina a major challenge in 2008. In a state that voted Republican for president for the last 30 years, Barack Obama is within striking distance of John McCain, and Kay Hagan leads incumbent Elizabeth Dole by 5 points. A recent survey conducted by Democracy Corps and Greenberg Quinlan Rosner demonstrates that in 2008, North Carolina voters are ready for change:

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