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Newby’s campaign updates donor information

Here’s an update from a post I wrote Aug. 31 about N.C. Supreme Court Justice Paul Newby’s re-election campaign.

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At the time, Newby’s campaign filled out the required profession and employer information for 15 percent of his campaign contributors, a distinction that set him apart from his opponent N.C. Court of Appeals Judge Sam Ervin and six others running for appellate seats in the non-partisan, statewide races.

The information has since been updated, and nearly all the information for 700-plus campaign donations Newby got in 2011 is now available through the N.C. Board of Elections.

 

 

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