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N.C. PBA makes endorsements

The N.C. Police Benevolent Association has made its primary endorsements.

The group, which represents law enforcement officers around the state, has endorsed Beverly Perdue for governor, Hampton Dellinger for lieutenant governor and Janet Cowell for state treasurer.

In judicial races, it endorsed Associate Justice Bob Edmunds for re-election to his Supreme Court seat, Cheri Beasley, Linda Stephens, Sam J. Ervin IV, Jim Wynn and John Arrowood for the state Court of Appeals.

In Congressional races, it endorsed U.S. Reps. Walter Jones and Brad Miller.

Endorsements were made after a recent screening of 25 candidates.

"The candidates were asked questions on issues vitally important to the law enforcement profession and public safety," the group wrote in a press release. "Many outstanding candidates were in attendance."


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Re: N.C. PBA makes endorsements

I changed the post to reflect that. The press release called him Jimmy and left off Arrowood.

— RTB 

Re: N.C. PBA makes endorsements

For the sake of clarity, "Jimmy" Ervin is on the ballot as Sam J. (as in Samuel James) Ervin, IV.
http://ervinforcourtofappeals.com/index.html

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