Who won? Let's go to the Wilmington Star-News:
The chairman of the N.C. State Board of Elections said Friday that he will schedule hearings for next month on the criminal investigation into the re-election campaign of state Rep. Thomas Wright.
Larry Leake said he expected the board to hold more than a day of public hearings sometime in mid-May.
That, plus the fact that today is April 30 and no hearings are taking place before tomorrow, leads us to chalk up a victory for the Eight Ball.
However, we will grant that N.C. Spin was right in the long run, and grant them half a point.
The standings: Eight Ball 1, N.C. Spin 1/2.