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Attacked as Obama’s “rubber stamp,” Sen. Kay Hagan links her GOP rival to the unpopular state legislature.
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But in an unusual twist, no single issue is driving the national debate.
Pope’s wide-ranging influence has made him a politically charged figure in the state.
The GOP’s anti-Obama rhetoric reminds Durham’s African American residents of the city’s struggles with integration.
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