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The Voter Update podcasts
Aug. 8, 2014
The budget battle and debate over teacher pay
How might the new $21 billion state budget and debate over teacher pay impact this year's elections?
For insight we speak with Dr. Steven Greene, political science professor at N.C. State University.
July 28, 2014A snapshot with 100 days left in Election 2014
With less than 100 days left in this year's election, where does the pivotal U.S. Senate contest in North Carolina stand?
For insight, we speak with Tom Jensen from Public Policy Polling.
July 18, 2014Examining the mood of voters headed into this year's elections
How could voter attitudes shape this year's elections in North Carolina? And how are changing demographics changing politics in the state?
For insight, we speak with Dr. Kenneth Fernandez, director of the Elon University Poll.
July 11, 2014A look at budget drama in the legislature and the upcoming U.S. Senate election
Tension between Republican Gov. Pat McCrory and the Republican-controlled N.C. Senate intensified this week with the governor threatening to veto that chamber's budget and teacher pay plan. Senate leader Phil Berger then accused McCrory of engaging in "media stunts and budget gimmicks."
How might this internal GOP feud play out in the legislature? And could the battle over teacher pay impact this year's U.S. Senate contest?
For insight, we speak with Dr. Andrew Taylor, political science professor at N.C. State University.