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In North Carolina, GOP strategists see an opportunity in the uptick in unrest stemming from protests for racial justice. The packed slate makes North Carolina the only big state this year with such a trio of pivotal contests. It stretches from the sand and the palms of the Southeast to the mountains of Appalachia in the Northwest, from Murphy to Manteo, or so goes the saw, some miles across with the banking and financial center of Charlotte and the knowledge-worker hubs of the Research Triangle in between. InGeorge W. Bush, the Republican president vying for a second term, won the state by 13 percent — while Mike Easley, a Democrat, became the governor by winning by the same margin.
Inand again inNorth Carolina made for the second-closest count in the presidential tallies — flipping party preferences, of course, going from Barack Obama to Mitt Romney.
And inwhen Trump won here, by 3. Now, four years later, of the 7, registered voters as of last month, 36 percent are Democrats and 30 percent are Republicans, but an ascendant 33 percent are unaffiliated — the fastest-growing group, clustered in the fastest-growing suburbs. Positioned to benefit, potentially, from these currents are Biden, Cunningham and Cooper, in some sense cut from similar cloth—generally low-key and mild-mannered, moderate in mien and they hope appealing enough to enough voters on a wide enough range on the ideological scale. Since late Julymost publicly released polls have been within the margin of error, with Biden having a slight advantage.
Republicans say the message is resonating.
Democrats dismiss this notion. Early in-person voting starts OctoberSwinging nc women. Swinging.
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