Staff photo by Jon HawleyNancy Lamb, (second from left) speaks with Pasquotank County Commissioner candidate Bettie Parker and voters during a visit to the polling place at the K.E. White Center at Elizabeth City State University Tuesday. Lamb visited the polling place while a small group of ECSU students, led by ECSU student and Elizabeth City City Councilor Montravias King, not shown, came to vote.

Staff photo by Jon HawleyNancy Lamb, (second from left) speaks with Pasquotank County Commissioner candidate Bettie Parker and voters during a visit to the polling place at the K.E. White Center at Elizabeth City State University Tuesday. Lamb visited the polling place while a small group of ECSU students, led by ECSU student and Elizabeth City City Councilor Montravias King, not shown, came to vote.

Decision 2014: Lamb takes Dem nomination for district attorney

From staff reports

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Retired prosecutor Nancy Lamb soundly defeated her Democratic opponent Kathryn Fagan in Tuesday’s primary election, setting up a matchup with Republican District Attorney Andrew Womble in the fall.

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Well of course November will be different -

it's a general election, silly. The only question is whether Dems and unaffiliateds are angry enough to actually vote. If yes, then Ms. Lamb will be our new DA. If not, then Mr. Womble will remain. I happen to like Ms. Fagan. She's a smart and highly experienced attorney that brought some good ideas to her campaign. Hopefully our next DA, whoever that might be, will listen to her. Unfortunately for Ms. Fagan, this race is more about voter reaction to the republican takeover of state government and how Ms. Lamb was treated in the process. Ms. Lamb is, hands-down, the best qualified candidate from either party. Smart voters of both parties should recognize this. Respectfully Submitted, Force 12

Ms. Lamb is hands down the best qualified candidate?

If that's the case, why do the majority of the attorneys in the First Judicial District(the vast majority being registered Democrats) prefer Andrew Womble, a registered Republican as our next DA? I have great respect for the opinion of one's peers.

It is obvious you do not know the makeup

or the trends of this district very well.

No surprise

Nancy shouldn't be too confident of her easy win over Fagan. Come this fall, I believe it will be a different story.

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