On June 9, 2022, the Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the U.S. Capitol held the first in a series of public hearings.
The May 17 primary is a few weeks out, but voters can start casting their ballots Thursday across the state.
What this all means for election results is unclear, but the changes reflect the state’s rapid, complex growth.
We may be closer to a resolution, but Gov. Roy Cooper offered a blistering criticism of a state Senate legislative voting map he calls “blatantly unfair.”
Why North Carolina’s high court might finally do something about the cheating in our ever-gerrymandered state.
Since Election Day, Republicans have filed hundreds of bills aimed at restricting voting access. But the federal ‘For The People Act’ would introduce sweeping, NC-like voting reforms nationwide.
A former candidate for NC Treasurer on why Republicans have done a better job getting voters to follow through in NC elections.
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