- 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
- Republican wave: Tillis defeats Hagan, GOP keeps super majority in N.C. legislature
- 2014 sets early voting record for N.C. midterm elections
Category Archives: N.C. legislature
Want to hear a smart take on how North Carolina’s elections are shaping up? Check out the video above, featuring a panel discussion with Rob Christensen of the Raleigh News & Observer and Laura Leslie of WRAL-TV, along with Dr. … Continue reading
With early voting set to begin on Thursday across North Carolina, new numbers from Public Policy Polling show incumbent Democratic U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan with a slim three-point lead over Republican N.C. House Speaker Thom Tillis. Meanwhile, Republicans have a … Continue reading
A ruling handed down on Friday by a federal judge in Winston-Salem will allow a sweeping voting law implemented by the Republican-led legislature to remain in effect for this year’s elections while a trial awaits in 2015. The decision by … Continue reading
Democratic Sen. Kay Hagan’s edge over Republican N.C. House Speaker Thom Tillis in North Carolina’s U.S. Senate contest has grown by 5 percentage points since last month, according to new numbers from Public Policy Polling (PPP). The latest survey finds … Continue reading
Photo: Mark Walker campaign Mark Walker won the Republican primary runoff in North Carolina’s 6th congressional district on Tuesday, soundly defeating Phil Berger, Jr., a district attorney and son of powerful N.C. Senate President Pro Tem Phil Berger, 60-40 percent … Continue reading