Kay Hagan likely ousts Elizabeth Dole from Senate seat

According to several news analysts citing early voting tallies, North Carolina Republican Sen. Elizabeth Dole is on the cusp of losing her seat to Democrat Kay Hagan.

On its website, the North Carolina Board of Elections says that, with 63 of the state’s 100 counties’ voting totals in, Hagan leads by roughly 52 to 45 percent.


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One thought on “Kay Hagan likely ousts Elizabeth Dole from Senate seat

  1. David

    Elizabeth Dole was/is out of touch with the issues facing average people.

    For the oil baron elites, she was a great choice.

    But now the people have spoken.

    Dole spent less than 30 days in our state last year.

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