- Report: 50,000 voters may have been ‘silenced’ by N.C. election law changes
- Beasley wins N.C. Supreme Court race after recount, concession by Robinson
- Clintons, Bush top popularity poll in N.C.
- North Carolina’s Butterfield to lead Congressional Black Caucus
- Election not over yet: Recounts underway in 14 races across N.C.
- Snapshot: Who has requested free voter IDs in NC?
- This year’s voter turnout was on par with 2010
- Voter ‘drop-off’ was down in this year’s N.C. Supreme Court contests
- N.C. congressional contests were all blowouts
- N.C. voters want Clinton, Romney to run for White House in 2016
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Some 50,000 North Carolinians may have been prevented from voting this fall due to a combination of new voting restrictions and unprepared poll workers, according to a study from the nonpartisan government watchdog group Democracy North Carolina. The findings are … Continue reading
Incumbent N.C. Supreme Court Justice Cheri Beasley officially won re-election to her seat on Tuesday after challenger Mike Robinson conceded in the wake of a recount that found Beasley’s Election Day lead hold. “The recount conducted by the State Board … Continue reading
Democratic political power couple Bill and Hillary Clinton both enjoy relatively high favorability ratings in North Carolina, as does former Republican president George W. Bush. According to the High Point University poll, former president Bill Clinton is viewed positively by … Continue reading
Democratic Rep. G.K. Butterfield of North Carolina’s 1st District has been chosen as chair of the Congressional Black Caucus. First elected to Congress in 2004, Butterfield easily won re-election this fall, garnering 73 percent of the vote in the heavily … Continue reading
Two weeks after Election Day, the outcome of more than a dozen races in North Carolina is not quite decided. Recounts are underway in fourteen contests across the state after the deadline to request a recount arrived Tuesday evening. According … Continue reading