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News 14 Carolina interviews Hunter Bacot on primary election results

Hunter Bacot, an associate professor of political science and director of the Elon University Poll, was interviewed by News 14 Carolina this week on the primary election results from May 4 and how both political parties move forward in the lead-up to November's general election.

Hunter Bacot

Bacot spoke with news anchor Tracey Early, who focused the interview on the run-off that will be held between former state Sen. Cal Cunningham and current N.C. Secretary of State Elaine Marshall for the Democratic nomination. The winner of the June run-off will face incumbent Republican Sen. Richard Burr in the November election.

To watch an excerpt of the interview, where Bacot discusses the likelihood of Marshall asking Cunningham to back her candidacy rather than hold the run-off, click on the link to the right.

Bacot has appeared frequently this spring on the statewide, round-the-clock cable news channel, which reaches tens of thousands of Time Warner cable subscribers in North Carolina.

Eric Townsend,
Staff
5/7/2010 3:17 PM