Anti-Obama display causes controversy

November 2, 2008 9:07:52 AM PST
Trouble surrounds a controversial campaign display in Craven County.First voters, now the NAACP is taking issue with a casket placed near the township's voting site in James City.

They want both parties to publicly denounce the display containing anti-Obama stickers with Obama's picture and a red cross through it.

The display also reads "poor Joe the plumber, taxed to death".

NAACP officials say this is voter intimidation.

Craven County resident Bill Harper created the display and election officials say he's broken no laws. However, deputies confiscated the casket on Friday.