NORTH CAROLINA DEMOCRATS REGAINED CONTROL OF BOTH THE STATE HOUSE AND SENATE IN YESTERDAY’S ELECTION. WUNC’S LAURA LESLIE REPORTS.
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NORTH CAROLINIANS WILL GET FOUR MORE YEARS OF GOVERNOR MIKE EASLEY. THE SEASONED POLITICIAN BEAT OPPONNENT PATRICK BALLANTINE BY MORE THAN 10 POINTS. WUNC’S LEONEDA INGE REPORTS:
When John Edwards was named to the Democratic ticket, party loyalists declared that North Carolina and the South were in play. But voters we talked to on Election Day were mixed on North Carolina’s outgoing senator. WUNC\’s Eric Hodge spoke with Political Scientist Andy Taylor the morning after the election.
An estimated 80-thousand people descended on downtown Chapel Hill last night for what is thought to be the largest Halloween celebration in North Carolina. Spiderman was there — as was Batman, the Incredible Hulk, Waldo, Principal Skinner and more than a few who just wanted to watch people. WUNC’s David Brower reports.
SENATOR JOHN EDWARDS WAS IN RALEIGH YESTERDAY TO CAST HIS VOTE. WHILE HE WAS HERE, HE MADE A CAMPAIGN APPEARANCE AT A RALLY WITH ROCK STAR AND ACTOR JON BON JOVI. WUNC’S LAURA LESLIE REPORTS.