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What costume should Gov. Perdue wear for Halloween?

Gov. Bev Perdue and First Gentleman Bob Eaves are hosting trick-or-treaters this evening at the Executive Mansion but don't expect them to don a scary costume.

A governor's office spokeswoman says Perdue and Eaves will appear as themselves. (Insert your own punch line here.)

So don't expect anything like this costume (at right)  from former First Lady Mary Easley, submitted by reader Bob Wheeler who took his family by the mansion in 2007.

Maybe Perdue and Eaves just didn't have ideas for a costume.

Got an idea for them? Put it in the comments section and we'll update the list later today.


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She could go as the governor

She could go as the governor of North Carolina. She has been pretending to do this for three years and her attempt has been truly frightening.

Joker, of course & no mask needed, but ID required by kids

Too bad that the Joker won't see any trick-or-treaters tonight as not many of the kids will have IDs required by Bev to get past the front gate of the governor's mansion

She is a Batman villain:

If she doesn't go as The Joker, she has really missed an opportunity.

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