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New law could discourage participation by young voters
Sweeping Election Changes Hurt N.C. Voters
Don't Overlook Local Elections This Year
End May Be Nearing For N.C. Legislative Session
A Step Forward for Transparency in Government
N.C. Legislature Should Be Cautious with Voter ID Laws
Say 'Yes' to Protecting the Integrity of N.C. Courts
The Most Important Date in U.S. History?
N.C. Legislature Off to Quick Start
The Fate of Judicial Public Financing
Redistricting Reform Can Give Voters a Real Choice
Redistricting Reform's Future in 2013
Key Points to Watch in N.C. Politics
Congress Votes to Avoid 'Fiscal Cliff'
Polictionary: 2012 Edition
Top Five N.C. Political Stories in 2012
A Wish List for N.C. Politics
Both Sides of the Political Aisle Can Give Thanks
A New Political Reality for N.C.
Amid Summer Showers, Charlotte Shines at DNC
Political Spotlight Shines Brightly On N.C.
'Super PAC' Could Shape the Race for N.C. Supreme Court
Who Wins In the Veepstakes?
A Look at this Year's Legislative Session
N.C. Voters Can Take a Trip to the Polls this Month
Potential VP Picks Try Out in N.C.
What's Next for John Edwards?
Storms of Campaign Season Come Early to N.C.
A Front-Row Look at Democracy Working
Report: Errors Plague Voter Registration Across U.S.
Our Election System Needs a Tuneup
A 'Citizens United' Storm is Brewing
Voters Lose In Political Games
Translating 'Political-Speak' Takes Practice
Polictionary: 2011 Edition
The Facebook Revolution
A Political Wish List for 2012
Could You Afford to Be a Lawmaker?
Can Obama Reignite the Youth Vote in 2012?
A Political Thanksgiving
Tea Parties, Occupiers and Pumpkin Pie
Staying Engaged Beyond the Ballot Box
Election 2011: Results in N.C., Nationally
The Popular Vote
It's Time for 'Election Week'
N.C. No Longer Just a Presidential ATM
Congress's Unnatural Immunity to Voter Discontent
Catching Up with the 'New Generation' of Voters
Partisan Gerrymandering Goes Over the Line
Finding True North in Campaigns and Elections
Lawmakers Should Take Care When Changing Watchdogs
It's Time to Televise the Legislature
Corporate Cash Shouldn't Drive Our Democracy
Mount Rushmore Version 2.0
N.C. Voters Go 'Back to the Future'
A War on Voting?
Poll: Reagan, Hunt Tops with N.C. Voters
For Voters, Knowledge is Power
Partisan Politics and Passionate Fans
N.C. Lawmakers Shouldn't Shortchange Voters
N.C. GOP Faces Fickle Independents
N.C. Voters: Country On Wrong Track
Political Discourse Suffers From Combative Analogy
'Corporate Speech' Could Drown Out American Voices
A Call for Common Decency
In the Wake of Tragedy, a Time for More Civil Discourse
10 Political Points to Watch in 2011
Polictionary: 2010 Edition
Census: No U.S. House Gain for N.C.
Young Voters Were Overlooked In Election 2010
Voters Need to See Through the Special-Interest Fog
N.C. Appeals Court Runoff Heads for Recount
Report: N.C. Lags Behind in Civic Health
A Mud-Free Election for N.C. Supreme Court
The End of 'Silly Season'
Road to the White House: Looking Ahead to '48
Wave Sweeps GOP to Control of N.C. Legislature
For Voters, It's Time to Do Our Homework
Voters Can Cast a 'Backup Plan' this Election
The Reality of Voting
Times Changing for Judicial Elections
When N.C. Can't Afford to Wait on Washington
In Politics, You Get What You Pay For
Legislature's Rush to Adjourn Can Leave Citizens Behind
In the Heat of Summer, a Call for Cooler Heads
High Cost, Low Turnout Likely for Runoff Elections
It's Time to Rethink the Legislative 'Short Session'
Finding the Inner Beauty of the Legislature
Turnout Low in N.C. Primary Election
Whose Line is it Anyway?
Making a Political Match on Election Day
Signs, Signs, Everywhere Signs
The Remarkable Journey of 'Granny D'
Political March Madness
A Healthy Diet for Democracy
Let the Campaigns Begin
Opening the Floodgates, Drowning Democracy
Are Corporations People, Too?
Birthplace and the Presidency
Our Brains at the Ballot Box
Polictionary: 2009 Edition
Resolve to Shape Up Politics in the New Year
Campaign Cash and Pigskin Politics
Keeping Government Honest
A Tale of Two Parties: The Republican and Democratic parties are on divergent paths. Which will emerge victorious in the long run?
Giving Thanks for N.C. Politics
Money Talks in Politics, But What Does It Say?
Catch Our Politicians Doing Something Right
Why the Gift Ban Matters
Making the Courtroom a Classroom
The Myth of Civility
It’s Not Glamorous, But It’s Democracy
Corporate Cash and the Constitution