Category Archives: N.C. legislature

Candidate filing update

We are now two weeks into candidate filing and getting a pretty clear idea of what the majority of races will look like this year in North Carolina. The candidate filing period runs through noon on Friday, February 28, but … Continue reading

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McCrory approval up slightly, still net negative

After his job approval fell to its lowest level yet in September, Republican Gov. Pat McCrory’s standing among North Carolina voters has improved slightly this month, according to new survey results from Public Policy Polling. McCrory’s favorability rating is at … Continue reading

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Poll: Low approval for N.C. legislature could boost Hagan’s 2014 re-election bid

Although North Carolina voters are split on their approval of her, Democratic U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan continues to lead a field of possible Republican opponents in her 2014 re-election run, according to new survey results from Public Policy Polling. The … Continue reading

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McCrory elected governor, GOP builds control in N.C. legislature

While disappointed in the outcome of the presidential contest, North Carolina Republicans had plenty to cheer about on election night 2012 as former Charlotte mayor Pat McCrory easily won election as the state’s first GOP governor in 20 years. Republicans … Continue reading

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McCrory’s lead stays steady in race for N.C. gov

Republican former Charlotte mayor Pat McCrory continues to hold a lead over Democratic Lt. Gov. Walter Dalton in the race for North Carolina governor, according to results released Wednesday by Public Policy Polling. The poll finds McCrory ahead of Dalton … Continue reading

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