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York: No Tar Heel bounce for Obama from N.C. convention

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RALEIGH, N.C. - In February 2011, the Obama campaign made a big deal of its decision to hold the Democratic convention in North Carolina. Obama's narrow, 14,000-vote victory here in 2008 -- the first by a Democrat since Jimmy Carter a generation ago -- showed just how far his campaign could reach into states that Republicans had once thought safe. By choosing Charlotte in '12, Obama signaled he...

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