David Perkins Jammin 99.3 Finally Post The Audio Of The Interview With Me Talking About The History Of The Senate District 3 Seat

Why was the Senate District 3 carved out?

Visit Jammin 99.3 and Click on my picture or you can click on the picture below to go to the audio or you can just click on the word audio. You can also click on other pictures such as Senator Clark Jenkins, Frankie Bordeaux and Dr. Florence A. Armstrong to listen to their interviews as well.

So what happened to Bordeaux’s interview? His picture is gone.



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One-Stop Voting Begins Tomorrow April 15, 2010

One Stop Voting

One-Stop Voting will be available weekdays from Thursday, April 15, 2010, until Friday, April 30, 2010 from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. and on Saturday, May 1, 2010  from 8:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. One-stop voting is in-person absentee voting and it is available at two locations: Auditorium of the Edgecombe County Administration Building, 201 St. Andrew Street in Tarboro, and the Nash-Rocky Mount Board of Education Administration Building, 800 N. Fairview Road, Rocky Mount.

It is important to note that in-person registration is not available on the day of elections. The NC Board of Elections has more information on in-person voter registration.

Contact us:
201 St. Andrew St.
Room 355
PO Box 10
Tarboro, NC 27886
(252) 641-7852

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But my question is we talk about Unity but when will it come a time that other folks will support qualified and intelligent black folks?

Kenneth Lewis was the 1st to announce that he would run for the US Senate. Then I seen where Democrats were calling out folks to run against Richard Burr and some decided not to such as Congressman Bob Etheridge. And then they called out Elaine Marshall and she accepted. But my question is, we talk about Unity but when will it come a time that other folks will support qualified and intelligent black folks?

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Butterfield explains healthcare reform – Source: The Daily Southerner

TARBORO — Healthcare reform is still a highly debated topic and one that U.S. Rep. G.K. Butterfield, D-1st District, offered clarification on during his visit Wednesday. (Read more @ The Daily Southerner)

Note: I must say Jamica Ashley did a great job on this article.

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