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June 22, 2010 Runoffs in the Carolinas -- a Republican gubernatorial battle in South Carolina and a Democratic Senate contest in North Carolina -- highlight today's primaries.Runoffs In Both Carolinas Highlight Primary Day Today
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May 4, 2010 The Democratic nomination for the Senate seat in North Carolina currently held by Republican Richard Burr goes to a June 22 runoff, as neither Elaine Marshall nor Cal Cunningham received the required 40 percent of the vote.
May 4, 2010 Voters in three states go to the polls today, with all three -- Indiana, North Carolina and Ohio -- featuring primaries for the Senate seats of Evan Bayh (D), Richard Burr (R) and George Voinovich (R), respectively.
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