Rob Christiansen

Political Reporter, Raleigh News and Observer

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Political reporter for the Raleigh News and Observer and author of The Paradox of Tar Heel Politics: The Personalities, Elections and Events That Shaped Modern North Carolina Politics

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Record numbers of voters are crowding the polls in both  Indiana  and  North Carolina .   Barack Obama  hopes a win in both states will make him the Democratic nominee.   Hillary…

Tar Heels and Hoosiers, Clinton and Obama

Record numbers of voters are crowding the polls in both Indiana and North Carolina .  Barack Obama hopes a win in both states will make him the Democratic nominee.  Hillary…

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