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for Popular Government Vol. 3 Issue 7, Apr 1936
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Twenty-two people began a comprehensive record collecting project in October 1936 as one of the Works Progress Administration's initiatives. New Hanover records from the city-county identification bureau, the county auditor, the city-county board of heath, the register of deeds, and the clerk of court were compiled into a searchable database.
Four men ran in the 1936 gubernatorial race; A. H. (Sandy) Graham, Clyde R. Hoey, Dr. Ralph W. McDonald, and Jno. A. McRae. This article introduces each candidate with a short biographical statement and also introduces the candidate's political viewpoints and vision for the state's future.