Deborah Ross, a Democrat who’s challenging North Carolina’s senior Republican U.S. senator, Richard Burr, speaks to supporters in March in Raleigh after winning the Democratic primary. Ross is one of several down-ballot candidates who might benefit from voter turnout for Hillary Clinton in November.
Deborah Ross, a Democrat who’s challenging North Carolina’s senior Republican U.S. senator, Richard Burr, speaks to supporters in March in Raleigh after winning the Democratic primary. Ross is one of several down-ballot candidates who might benefit from voter turnout for Hillary Clinton in November. Travis Long tlong@newsobserver.com
Deborah Ross, a Democrat who’s challenging North Carolina’s senior Republican U.S. senator, Richard Burr, speaks to supporters in March in Raleigh after winning the Democratic primary. Ross is one of several down-ballot candidates who might benefit from voter turnout for Hillary Clinton in November. Travis Long tlong@newsobserver.com

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