Stories tagged: "state board of elections"


Chief Justice Cheri Beasley (center) of the NC Supreme Court, with her Republican challenger Paul Newby beside her. (Photo from Beasley campaign).
Wait Is on for NC’s Tightest Race, the NC Supreme Court Chief Justice

Less than 4,000 votes separate NC Supreme Court Chief Justice separate incumbent Cheri Beasley, D, from her GOP challenger Paul Newby in this too-close-to-call race.

FAYETTEVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA - OCTOBER 29: A woman walks pass campaign signs displayed outside an early voting location at Kiwanis Recreation Center on October 29, 2020 in Fayetteville, North Carolina. (Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images)
Will NC’s Witness Signature Lawsuit Change the Election? Here’s What You Need to Know.

C&P talks to Damon Circosta, chair of the State Board of Elections, about the witness requirement, and why 98% of ballots will be unaffected.

Voters stand in line waiting to cast ballots in  the 2020 election at a Charlotte early voting site. (Photo for Cardinal & Pine by Alvin Jacobs Jr.)
Early-Vote Numbers Continue to Go Up in NC

If you want a say in the directions the country and state are headed, the time to vote is now. More than 3 million ballots have already been cast in North Carolina.

Voters stand in line waiting to cast ballots in  the 2020 election at a Charlotte early voting site. (Photo for Cardinal & Pine by Alvin Jacobs Jr.)
I Voted Early in North Carolina. It Was Easy, and Satisfying.

Cardinal & Pine’s managing editor voted in-person and found it safe as he cast his choice for a better future.

Voters stand in line waiting to cast ballots in  the 2020 election at a Charlotte early voting site. (Photo for Cardinal & Pine by Alvin Jacobs Jr.)
Know Your Rights: What To Do If You Spot Voter Intimidation in NC

Advice from NC voting rights advocates and election officials on what to do if you witness voter intimidation at the polls.

I Registered To Vote Today stickers in New Hampshire, U.S.. Photographer: Adam Glanzman/Bloomberg
Today’s the Deadline to Register to Vote in NC. Here’s How to Do It.

Here's a guide on how to easily register to vote in North Carolina so you can cast your vote during this pivotal election.

Jay Leavitt of Polk County, pictured here with his wife Virginia, is in acute care facility and upset at how hard it is to cast a ballot this fall. (Image courtesy of Jay Leavitt.)
Thousands of Older North Carolinians and People With Disabilities May Not Get to Vote in 2020

People in NC’s long-term care and nursing homes face more barriers than usual in casting ballots this year. Solutions have been slow to come.