North Carolina’s 8th District — again, supposed to be a “Likely Republican” seat — is currently led by incumbent Robin Hayes by a 50.19 to 49.81 percent margin over the $35 candidate, Democrat Larry Kissell. The challenger’s big gimmick in this race was to spend a day giving away gasoline at $1.22 per gallon — the price when Hayes first entered office. A big part of this district represents Fayetteville (Fort Bragg).
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