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Dare County Commissioner Max Dutton submitted a request for a recount in his race for a third term to Melva Garrison of the Dare County Board of Elections.

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Democratic Women of Dare will meet Thursday, November 20, 2014 at Kelly’s Restaurant in Nags Head. Best of 2013 (1 of 11)
The social begins at 6:30 pm and dinner is at 7:00 p.m.
Cost of the dinner is $22.00.
Nancy Huff will be our speaker. She is a Social Worker Supervisor for the Dare County Department of Health and Human Services in the child protective services division. Her presentation will be on child welfare in Dare County.
Please make your reservations with Faith Booth. Her email is baba.booth@yahoo.com or leave a message at 261-8940.

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Bill Cook’s new ad – Bill Cook’s Lies

October 29, 2014

Bill Cook is running a campaign ad that makes the following claims: That Stan White supports expanding Medicaid (he calls it Obamamcare) – True That the expansion would cost $3 billion dollars – Estimated but OK This would cause tax increases in NC  -  Lie Stan White would then vote for cuts to education, teacher […]

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Early Voting Opens

October 23, 2014

Early Voting Starts today Vote Early – Sleep Late SITE #1 – DARE COUNTY BOARD OF ELECTIONS OFFICE 954 Marshall C Collins Dr Manteo Monday – Friday beginning October 23, 2014 – October 31, 2014 From 8:30 AM to 7:00 PM Saturday, November 1, 2014 from 8:30 AM – 1:00 PM SITE #2 – BAUM CENTER 300 […]

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Meet Marshall Adame

October 17, 2014

Marshall Adame is running to unseat Walter Jones Jr. He will be in Dare County from Sunday Oct. 19th through Tues Oct. 21st. The Dare County Democratic Party is hosting several events to give you a chance to meet Marshall Adame. The schedule includes: Dare County League of Women Voters forum for Federal and State […]

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Our Fracking comments in 30 Seconds

October 16, 2014

One of the issues we have focused on in this campaign is hydraulic fracturing. North Carolina’s state constitution obligates the state legislature to “conserve and protect its land and waters for the benefit of all its citizenry.” In reviewing the proposed rules and regulations promulgated by the Mining and Energy Commission, we concluded the state […]

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