Latest dispatches from the campaign trail: Monday, April 16, 2012

  • Triangle congressional race turns on super PAC spending (N&O)
  • Election TV ads on the way in the 11th Congressional District (Citizen-Times)
  • Candidates in the 7th Congressional District try to distinguish themselves (Star-News)
  • Lesser-known N.C. gubernatorial candidates aim for top prize (Associated Press)
  • The GOP opponent of N.C. Rep. Stephen LaRoque, R-Lenoir, picks up an endorsement (Dome)
  • Editorial: McCrory, Dalton are best choices in primaries for governor (Winston-Salem Journal)
  • N.C. sees growing mobilization on the marriage amendment (Associated Press)
  • The race for the open N.C. Senate District 21 seat is competitive (Fayetteville Observer)
  • Candidates in N.C. House District 80 and Senate District 33 talk with voters at a forum (The Dispatch)
  • Ilario Pantano rides a horse and a rocket in David Rouzer’s first attack ad of the campaign season in the 7th Congressional District GOP primary (Star-News)

David N. Bass

Communications Director and Grants Officer for the John William Pope Foundation. Views expressed are his own.

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