Stories tagged: "voting"

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How an Even More Conservative Supreme Court Could Eviscerate Voting Rights for Black Americans

During her Senate confirmation hearings last week, Judge Amy Coney Barrett would not confirm whether she agrees that the Constitution empowers Congress to protect the vote for all citizens.

FILE - In this Thursday, Sept. 3, 2020, file photo, a forklift operator loads absentee ballots for mailing at the Wake County Board of Elections as preparations for the upcoming election are ongoing in Raleigh, N.C. Weeks from the election, three of North Carolina’s most populous counties are often taking two weeks or more to send absentee ballots out to voters who request them. (AP Photo/Gerry Broome, File)
In a Pandemic Election, What You Should and Shouldn’t Expect on Election Day in NC

How will coronavirus affect voting on Election Day in NC this year? We've got the answers to your questions here.

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12 Democratic Governors Issue Statement Promising Every Valid Ballot Will Be Counted

“There is absolutely no excuse for promoting the intimidation or harassment of voters."

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We Asked 4 North Carolinians Why They’re Voting on Super Tuesday. This Is What They Told Us.

"Healthcare reform is a major issue for us," one mom said. "College affordability, climate change, and criminal justice reform are also major issues we often discuss at our dinner table.”

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Go Vote on Tuesday!

Happy Friday, North Carolina! Here's a brief look at some of the latest news that happened this week.

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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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Here’s What You Need to Know to Vote in North Carolina This Year

At the close of 2019, the state’s voter ID law was temporarily struck down and its gerrymandered congressional maps were drawn.