Stories tagged: "North Carolina primary"

Cheri Beasley sits at a table in a restaurant with potential supporters in Durham, NC.
With Abortion, Voting Rights At Stake, Here’s What You Need to Know About NC’s US Senate Primary

The race is shaping up to be a battle between Trump and everyone else in North Carolina’s Republican Party. 

Early voting begins Thursday and lasts through May 14  for North Carolina's 2022 primary elections. (Image via Shutterstock)
Early Voting Kicks Off Thursday in North Carolina. Here’s What You Need to Know

The May 17 primary is a few weeks out, but voters can start casting their ballots Thursday across the state.

Jeff Jackson, in a blue button-down shirt with his sleeves rolled up, stands on a picnic table at a town hall addressing attendees in Gastonia, NC.
Senate Hopeful Jeff Jackson: ‘The Clock is Ticking’ to Restore Power to NC Voters

North Carolina State Sen. Jeff Jackson, a Democratic U.S. Senate candidate, says gerrymandering threatens the voice of voters.

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North Carolina, You Vote on Tuesday! Here’s What You Need to Know.

Unsure of poll hours, whether or not you need an ID, or if you'll be impacted by the new district lines? We've got you covered.

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The Newly Drawn 6th District Favors Democrats. A Republican Is Running Anyway.

Laura Pichardo, the daughter of undocumented Mexican immigrants, believes her party needs "more open-minded representation."

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Meet the Victims’ Rights Advocate Running for Congress in District 2

Monika Johnson-Hostler is a Wake County School Board member and executive director of the North Carolina Coalition Against Sexual Assault, and she wants your vote.