Latest dispatches from the campaign trail: Friday, March 23, 2012

  • Poll shows Larry Kissell in the lead in the 8th Congressional District (The Hill)
  • Republican Ilario Pantano, running in the 7th Congressional District, urges people to speak out against illegal immigration at an upcoming hearing (Star-News)
  • Republican Pat McCrory strikes a cautious tone on the economy and criticizes Gov. Bev Perdue’s fracking trip (Dome)
  • The Buncombe County GOP backs the marriage amendment (Mountain Xpress)
  • Herman Cain still sounds like he’s running for president during an appearance in Raleigh (N&O)
  • Democratic candidates in the 11th Congressional District disagree on abortion, same-sex marriage (Citizen-Times)
  • Gary Dunn, a longshot candidate for the Democrats’ gubernatorial nomination, uses the infamous “Who are you?” video against Bob Etheridge (Dome)
  • The latest “About the Capital” report outlines the election schedule for this year (NCFEF)

VIDEO: David Rouzer, Republican candidate in the 7th Congressional District, releases his first campaign ad of the season:

David N. Bass

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

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