2012 NC Gubernatorial Election

State of Things
10:17 am
Mon October 29, 2012

Meet Walter Dalton

Walter Dalton
Credit Office of the Lt. Governor

Walter Dalton grew from humble beginnings in Rutherford County to become a six-time state senator and the lieutenant governor of North Carolina. In the November 6 general election, he is running for governor against Republican Pat McCrory. Host Frank Stasio talks to Lieutenant Governor Walter Dalton about his life and candidacy.

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Politics & Government
6:00 am
Wed October 24, 2012

Final Gubernatorial Debate Tonight

Tonight marks the third and final gubernatorial debate between Republican Pat McCrory and Democrat Walter Dalton.

Politics & Government
7:15 am
Wed October 17, 2012

Gubernatorial Candidates Clash In Second Debate

Dalton and McCrory before the Tuesday debate in RTP
Jeff Tiberii

Prior to the Presidential debate last night, North Carolina’s major party candidates for governor squared off as well. Republican Pat McCrory and Democrat Walter Dalton debated for nearly an hour in Research Triangle Park.

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Politics & Government
9:30 am
Tue October 16, 2012

Gubernatorial Candidates Debate Again Tonight

The second of three Gubernatorial Debates between Republican Pat McCrory and Democrat Walter Dalton takes place tonight.

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Politics & Government
5:51 pm
Mon October 15, 2012

Pat McCrory Campaigning For A Different Result

Pat McCrory was a seven-term mayor of Charlotte
PatMcCrory.com

Republican Gubernatorial candidate Pat McCrory has been here before. Four years ago he lost the closest Governors race in the country to Bev Perdue. Now, the former seven-term mayor of Charlotte is leading in the polls and hoping a second bid for the state house yields a different result. Jeff Tiberii reports on the man trying to become just the third Republican governor North Carolina has elected since 1900.

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Politics & Government
6:35 am
Mon October 15, 2012

The Third Candidate For Governor - Barbara Howe

Barbara Howe is the Libertarian candidate for governor
BarbaraHowe.net

The next governor of North Carolina will almost certainly be Republican Pat McCrory or Democrat Walter Dalton. But there is a third party candidate in the race and on the ballot, Libertarian Barbara Howe.

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Politics & Government
6:30 am
Mon October 15, 2012

Walter Dalton Optimistic In Run For Governor

Walter Dalton was elected Lieutenant Governor in 2008
Office of the Lt. Governor

Earlier this year Bev Perdue announced she would not seek reelection as governor of North Carolina. The Democratic Party had to quickly find a suitable candidate to try to replace the state's chief executive. They voted for Walter Dalton, the man who had replaced Perdue as Lieutenant Governor four years earlier. Jeff Tiberii reports on the former six-term state senator, now vying for the Governor's mansion.

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Politics & Government
5:05 pm
Wed October 10, 2012

Gubernatorial Candidates Stump In Greensboro

North Carolina's major party candidates for Governor both spoke at an economic event in Greensboro today.

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Politics & Government
7:50 am
Thu October 4, 2012

Dalton, McCrory Debate The Issues

Dalton McCrory Debate
Jeff Tiberii

There was another debate last night. Democrat Walter Dalton and Republican Pat McCrory are vying to be the next Governor of North Carolina. They met in the first of three scheduled Gubernatorial forums and answered questions about a wide range of topics.

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Politics & Government
5:41 pm
Mon September 10, 2012

Dalton Touts Jobs Plan

Lt. Governor Walter Dalton
http://www.ltgov.state.nc.us/

The Democratic gubernatorial candidate, Lieutenant Governor Walter Dalton, announced an economic plan today that he says will create more jobs. It includes tax breaks for small businesses and a plan to attract more industries to the state. Capitol Bureau Chief Jessica Jones reports. 

Jessica Jones: Dalton officially unveiled his plan on the patio of a popular brewpub in downtown Raleigh earlier today. A few minutes into his speech, he pulled out a sweet potato and proceeded to explain why he’d brought it along to the press conference.

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