Jeremy Borden is a writer, editor, researcher and politico who lives in Durham. He is currently working for Graig Meyer's state Senate campaign.
Several GOP candidates have been obscuring or hiding their position on abortion rights in recent weeks. So we’ve pulled together a race-by-race breakdown on where they stand.
After the Supreme Court’s overturning of Roe v. Wade, a town hall led by U.S. Rep. Alma Adams unpacks the stakes in this year's elections.
Edwards blocked Medicaid expansion for years, opposed abortion rights, authored anti-immigrant bills, and flexed on local governments.
In a state with more than 13,000 veterans that have been exposed to toxic burn pits, Tillis voted against a bill that he, theoretically, supports.
Willie Nelson’s farm-boosting benefit show is coming to North Carolina. The timing couldn’t be better for N.C.’s biggest industry.
The former chief justice of North Carolina’s Supreme Court is in a nail-bitingly close race for the U.S. Senate this fall.
Republicans want local law enforcement to get involved in immigration, but advocates worried it would feed racial profiling.