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Jeff Cruden endorsed by Skip Stam

The July 15 runoff in the Republican Primary between Jeff Cruden and John Bryant is upon us. Republican House Speaker Pro Tem in the North Carolina General Assembly, has sent out an email endorsing Cruden: On Tuesday, July 15, the run-off election will be held for Wake County District Attorney. I will be voting for…

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Jeff Cruden Responds to Mailer Questioning his Party Affiliation

Jeff Cruden responded in an email to supporters regarding his party affiliation in the wake of a mailer sent out by the Bryant for DA campaign noting Cruden’s recent party switch from Democrat to Republican. The email reads: Recently, my opponent called into question my conservative values and dedication to the Republican Party in a…

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Mailer Asks: Is Jeff Cruden a Republican?

Update Below The Wake County District Attorney’s race is headed for a run-off on the Republican side with Jeff Cruden, assistant district attorney, and John Bryant, a long-time private attorney in Wake County, having come in first and second in May’s primary. Under North Carolina law, a candidate must win with at least 40 percent…

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Wake County District Attorney Race: Jeff Cruden’s Interview

Jeff Cruden, one of the three assistant district attorneys running as a Republican for DA, describes his extensive experience in an interview with attorney Hart Miles. Born and raised in Raleigh (Broughton High School, born in the old Rex Hospital), Cruden spent 7 years in the Navy. He got his undergraduate degree in Norfolk, graduated…

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Wake County District Attorney Watch: Jeff Cruden

Jeff Cruden, a senior assistant district attorney in the Wake County District Attorney office, has decided to enter the race as a Republican candidate. Jeff brings proven prosecutorial experience to the office, having been tried some of the most serious cases in Wake County’s recent history, including high profile felony driving while impaired offenses, death…

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Jefferson Griffin endorses John Bryant in Republican Runoff

Jefferson Griffin, who secured more than 22 percent of the votes in the May 6 Republican Primary for Wake County District Attorney, announced today that he has endorsed Republican John Bryant in his runoff with Republican Jeff Cruden set for July 15, 2014. Cruden (33.68%) edged Bryant (32.61%) out by just 404 votes out of…

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Republican Run-Off: Wake District Attorney

John Bryant wins primary run-off with backing of Jefferson Griffin, party establishment. It’ll be Bryant for the Republicans vs. Lorrin Freeman for the Democrats in the fall. 178 of 200 precincts reporting (8:22 pm): John Bryant – 63.36%. Jeff Cruden – 36.64%.

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The Day After

Lorrin Freeman emailed her supporters earlier today thanking them, and thanking Boz Zellinger for his service to the people of Wake County as an Assistant District Attorney. She announced that Zellinger has endorsed her campaign. In a gracious post to his Facebook page, Zellinger congratulated “Lorrin Freeman on her hard fought and well-deserved victory. We…

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Election Returns: Wake County District Attorney

In a gracious speech tonight, Jefferson Griffin thanked his supporters and conceded his loss in the Republican Primary. Griffin, a Nash County native who picked up 7,000 votes, lost to Jeff Cruden and John Bryant. As of 9:30 PM, Cruden and Bryant were headed toward a runoff. Update: Attorneys throughout the day approached me horrified…

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