by Rick Henderson
Editor-in-Chief, Carolina Journal
• Democrat Charles Malone, who initially said a health scare would prevent him from facing Republican George Holding in the 13th Congressional District race, says he will run after all.
• State Rep. Patsy Keever, the Democratic nominee for the 10th Congressional District, joins a nationwide movement to repeal the U.S. Supreme Court’s Citizens United ruling on campaign financing.
• David Wayne Moore, a Democrat running in state House District 74, suspended his campaign after media inquiries revealed financial and legal troubles.
• Barbara Howe, Libertarian candidate for governor, and her husband Tom shred their marriage license to protest the marriage amendment.
• The National Republican Congressional Committee launches a new website and ad attempting to link U.S. Rep. Larry Kissell, D-8th, with disgraced former Sen. John Edwards.