Politics & Government

May 6, 2014 9:38 PM

NC Supreme Court: Incumbent Hudson appears to survive primary challenge

In a nonpartisan N.C. Supreme Court race that brought controversy over outside money and negative campaign ads, partial returns showed a Democrat and a Republican as the top vote-getters Tuesday in a three-way primary contest. Robin Hudson, a Democrat and associate justice running for a second term on the state’s highest court, was leading with 44 percent of the vote, apparently closer to gaining a spot on the Nov. 4 ballot as part of a campaign to keep her seat.

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