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Old 06-15-2006, 04:37 PM
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Originally Posted by i'minformed
Well. before you settle on Winston-Salem... it's the most "conservative" city in NC. Durham is the most "liberal".
Thanks for the info ^_^, I'm not set on Winston-Salem, thats simply the area I am most familiar with at the moment. I am planning several week long trips in the course of the next six months before I make my final decision. On an added note I adore the beach but I need at least a medium sized city close by. I've lived in a small town with a population of 18k my entire life and I have had quite enough of that.
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Old 06-15-2006, 08:19 PM
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Originally Posted by Kereczr
Hey, I am a new college grad who just has just gotten his RN. I've visited NC several times and overall I love what Iíve seen but I have several questions. Firstly, I know that NC is a red state but I am a rabid democrat, just curious how the democrats are doing around the Winston-Salem area. Secondly, I am only 23 so I would like to know if NC is a state that has a fair amount of places for people my age or if it is more of a state to move to when you are at an age that you feel more like settling down. Other than those two questions just like to generally know what there is to do and if anyone could recommend an area to set up camp at.
I would suggest Chapel Hill, in Orange County, which is home to the UNC Health Care system; or Durham, aka "The City of Medicine", home to the Duke University School of Medicine.

FYI, Chapel Hill is lovingly referred to as "Little California" here in NC, because it is so liberal.
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Old 06-16-2006, 01:39 PM
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Yeah if you're a nurse, then I'd definitely say keep your sights on Durham, Chapel Hill and Raleigh. Tons of hospitals, clinics and so forth. You'll have more job options than you'd know what to do with.
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