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Old Today, 04:56 PM
 
Location: NC-AL-NC --> Pittsburgh Area
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It is pretty mixed from what I can tell from election results, although I don't live there. The current mayor of Greenville is a Republican, but the mayor before that was a Democrat who got elected and re-elected three times.

If you live there maybe you can give some more insight. I think it might be a good fit for the OP. The area is definitely less left leaning than other places in NC like the Triangle, Triad, and Charlotte.
No haha, I don’t live there, I didn’t even know Greenville was in Pitt County.

I’m probably confusing it with Greenville SC, which is definitely conservative, but also nowhere near the coast.
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Old Today, 06:45 PM
 
Location: Chapelboro
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Pinehurst maps at 50 minutes from Fort Bragg and 1 hr from downtown Fayetteville (AIT is a big tech employer in downtown). That is accurate in my experience.

It's a pretty easy shot from Pinehurst to RTP (Research Triangle Park) or Raleigh, with many better jobs there. It maps at 1 hr 12 minutes to RTP, with tons of tech companies there including Apple coming soon as well as IBM, Cisco, etc, etc, etc. Downtown Raleigh has lots of tech companies too and maps at 1hr 14 minutes. So if you want to expand your potential job opportunities I would consider the Triangle.

You may very well find something with Moore County, though. A cursory glance shows a couple of openings for Network Engineers with First Health in Pinehurst.
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Old Today, 08:41 PM
 
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Look into Rowan County, Stanly County
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