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The 2008 Democratic presidential primary in North Carolina took place on May 6, 2008, one of the last primary elections in the long race for nomination between Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.
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Robocall

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The North Carolina state board of elections reported that misleading robocalls were made to African-American voters in the days leading up to the primary in late April 2008, which essentially told registered voters that they were not registered.
Robocalls were made during the 2008 North Carolina Democratic primary, targeting African-American voters in the days leading up to the primary in late April 2008, which essentially told registered voters that they were not registered.

Indiana Democratic primary, 2008

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Along with Indiana which held its primary on the same day, this was largely considered the "Waterloo" of the Democratic primaries.
Along with North Carolina which held its primary on the same day, this was largely considered the "Waterloo" of the Democratic primaries.

The Voter Participation Center

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"Women's Voices Women Vote" included members such as former White House chief of staff John Podesta, Maggie Williams, and Page Gardner, all of whom have close ties to the Clintons.
During the 2008 North Carolina Democratic Primary the group ran into legal trouble when it was reported by National Public Radio and the Center for Investigative Reporting that automated calls had been made to African-American voters providing confusing information, which may have misled voters to believe that they were not registered to vote.

Super Tuesday II, 2008

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The day that the North Carolina primary was held was known as Super Tuesday III.

Democratic Party presidential primaries, 2008

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Barack Obama presidential primary campaign, 2008

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After Obama won the North Carolina primary and narrowly lost the Indiana primary, superdelegates began to endorse Obama in greater numbers.

Hillary Clinton presidential campaign, 2008

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Clinton subsequently lost in Wyoming, Mississippi, Montana, North Carolina and Oregon, and won in Pennsylvania, Indiana, West Virginia, Kentucky, Puerto Rico and South Dakota.

United States presidential election, 2008

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On May 6, North Carolina and Indiana held their Democratic presidential primaries.

FiveThirtyEight

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FiveThirtyEight.com gained further national attention for beating out most pollsters' projections in the North Carolina and Indiana Democratic party primaries on May 6, 2008.

List of elections in 2008

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Hillary Clinton presidential primary campaign, 2008

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On May 6, a narrow win in the Indiana primary coupled with a large loss in the North Carolina primary, damaged Clinton's campaign's chances and led to speculation about whether she could or would remain in the race.

North Carolina

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The 2008 Democratic presidential primary in North Carolina took place on May 6, 2008, one of the last primary elections in the long race for nomination between Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.

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The 2008 Democratic presidential primary in North Carolina took place on May 6, 2008, one of the last primary elections in the long race for nomination between Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.

Hillary Clinton

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The 2008 Democratic presidential primary in North Carolina took place on May 6, 2008, one of the last primary elections in the long race for nomination between Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton.

2008 Democratic National Convention

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North Carolina sent 134 delegates to the 2008 Democratic National Convention.

Superdelegate

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115 delegates were tied to the results of the primary, with the remainder being unelected superdelegates not pledged to any candidate.

North Carolina Democratic Party

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Registered Democrats and unaffiliated voters (but not registered Republicans) were allowed to participate.