The Democratic nominees are set, but with voting rights and abortion rights in peril, three conservative candidates are on the primary ballot.
The race is shaping up to be a battle between Trump and everyone else in North Carolina’s Republican Party.
The man in charge of winning back the Senate for Republicans introduced a plan that could impact millions of North Carolinians. Unfortunately, the public doesn’t know much about it.
Future access to abortion rights in North Carolina will very likely hinge on who wins the state legislature and the governor’s office.
We’ve got the answers to your basic questions about the May 17 primary elections in North Carolina.
North Carolina’s public schools faced deep cuts under GOP leadership in the last decade. Naturally, the NC Association of Educators isn’t picking them.
The May 17 primary is a few weeks out, but voters can start casting their ballots Thursday across the state.
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