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Oct. 15, 2013, 5:35 a.m.

‘02 can­did­ate/Sec/State Elaine Mar­shall (D) “sent out a news re­lease in the form of a fairy tale be­littling the claims” made in Sen. Richard Burr’s (R) “first TV ad.” The re­lease “called Burr’s ‘Main Street’ ad a ‘grim fairy tale,’ and said ‘like many people who spend too much time in Wash­ing­ton, [Burr] lost his way.’”

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Burr’s camp “re­spon­ded with a web video titled ‘The Mar­shall Tales.’” The ad: “Once upon time, atop her ivory tower in Raleigh … Elaine Mar­shall dreams of join­ing Harry Re­id and Nancy Pelosi to solve Amer­ica’s prob­lems.”

The video “ends with a black screen” and a “tick­ing” nat’l debt (Christensen, Raleigh News and Ob­serv­er, 9/1).

Clay­ma­tion

Pop sing­er Clay Aiken “helped” Mar­shall “at a Durham fun­draiser” 8/27. Aiken “was the spe­cial guest.” The “price of ad­mis­sion” ranged from $2.4K for hosts to $100 for guests. Raleigh-born Aiken “back” atty/Ir­aq war vet­er­an/ex-state Sen. Cal Cun­ning­ham (D) in the Dem primary (Christensen, Raleigh News and Ob­serv­er, 9/1).

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