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Politics and General Assignments Reporter — Fayetteville Observer

Justice system, legislative and general assignment reporter for The Fayetteville Observer

Libertarian pizza delivery driver Sean Haugh could decide U.S. Senate election — RALEIGH The man who might determine the outcome of North Carolina's U.S. Senate race this year makes his living delivering pizza, conducts most of his campaigning via YouTube videos and is considering whether to become a driver for Uber, the taxi-like car service.

Libertarian pizza delivery driver Sean Haugh could decide U.S. Senate election - Local News — But the polls say Haugh appears to be pulling some voters who otherwise would pick lawyer and former bank executive Kay Hagan, the incumbent Democrat, and many more voters from the Republican candidate, state House speaker and former business executive Thom Tillis.

People's Biz: Senate candidates Hagan, Tillis and Haugh on fighting the Islamic State - Peoples Business — This is the second in a series of items comparing the opinions and thoughts of the three named candidates on the issues in the U.S. Senate election.

People's Biz: Senate candidates Hagan, Tillis, Haugh on arming Ukraine's army - Peoples Business — This is the first in a series of items comparing the opinions and thoughts of the three named candidates on the issues in the U.S. Senate election.

People's Biz: New survey says voter opinions tied on same-sex marriage - Peoples Business — Republican-leaning pollster American Insights has new survey that finds North Carolina voters are tied on whether gay marriage should be legal. Director Pearce Godwin reports that registered voters are split 46-46 on whether marriage should be redefined to include gay couples. Likely voters are split 48 percent against gay marriage, 44 percent for it.

People's Biz: Yellow light on Fayetteville red light camera bill - Peoples Business — It's growing uncertain whether Fayetteville's bill at the legislature to help the city bring back red light cameras will become law.

NC governor gets bill keeping BRAC details secret — RALEIGH, N.C. - Legislation to shield from the public's eyes the federal government's plans and ideas to close or expand military bases in North Carolina unanimously passed the General Assembly on Wednesday. The bill, called the Military Lands Protection Act, now awaits Gov. Pat McCrory's signature.

People's Biz: Recent head of Cumberland Libertarians has died - Peoples Business — An online service is needed to view this article in its entirety. You need an online service to view this article in its entirety. Login Choose an online service. Need an account? Create one now. Login using your linked account:

Legislation to restore Fayetteville's red-light camera system passes House Finance Committee - Local News — RALEIGH - Fayetteville's legislation to bring back its red light camera system unanimously passed the state House Finance Committee this morning and is expected to have a full House vote this afternoon. The legislation would allow the city hire a contractor to install and operate cameras to catch people running red lights.

Scholarship backers urge boost in spending - State — RALEIGH - Eleven children at Fayetteville's New Life Christian Academy qualified for tax-paid tuition vouchers, but about half are unlikely to get them unless the legislature moves quickly, said senior administrator Allen McLauchlin. The state received 5,552 applications for its new Opportunity Scholarships but only budgeted for about 2,400, said Darrell Allison, president of Parents for Educational Freedom in North Carolina.
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Oct 30, 2014

Pollster (with a live operator!) called Fayetteville Observer cops reporter office line to survey the Glazier-Button race #ncpol #ncga

Oct 30, 2014

Tillis: "We are very close. We are tied. It's the 4th quarter and we have the ball." #ncsen #ncpol

Oct 30, 2014

At Thom Tillis event in Fayetteville, about 85-90 people here waiting for him. #ncsen #ncpol

Oct 30, 2014

Prominent Cumberland Co. Democrat Ed Grannis endorses GOP state Sen. Meredith for re-election… #ncpol #ncga

Oct 30, 2014

@JeffTarteNC thoughts on requiring private employers to give workers paid time off to vote? US Military does for its personnel.

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