Lt. Governor Beverly Perdue, who is running for governor, got an early jump on her rival, state Treasurer Richard Moore.
Perdue voted this morning.
It's the first day you can vote early in the May 6th North Carolina primary. Perdue showed up at 10:00 a.m. in her hometown of New Bern to cast her ballot.
Afterward, the democratic gubernatorial hopeful was asked who she voted for. "My momma told me not to ever tell who I voted for, but I voted for Bev Perdue because I think she's the best candidate for governor in North Carolina," Perdue told reporters.
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