A Matthews man was arrested in Washington, D.C. Wednesday as part of the violent group of pro-Trump supporters that stormed the United States Capitol, causing chaos and bloodshed. He's one of seven arrested on Wednesday with North Carolina ties.
Members of North Carolina’s congressional delegation are reacting to the events that unfolded Wednesday when supporters of President Donald Trump stormed Capitol Hill during the debate on certifying electoral votes in the 2020 presidential election.
At least one full busload and several other individuals traveled from the Wilmington area to hear President Trump speak and be present in Washington D.C. this week as the results of the 2020 election are to be certified.
Election administrators across North Carolina continue to update the information of people who voted on election day, even as calls increase for that information to be made public much sooner. But the process is working on schedule, just as it always has.
While many are moving forward with the assumption that Joe Biden has received enough votes to win the race in the Electoral College, Seventh District Congressman David Rouzer told the Gray Television Washington News Bureau team that several steps need to play out before that happens.
The North Carolina State Board of Elections now says there are approximately 94,900 outstanding absentee-by-mail ballots statewide that could be accepted and added to the general election results during the pre-canvassing process.
Boards of Elections in southeastern North Carolina counties have set meetings to approve provisional ballots cast by voters on Election Day, and remaining absentee ballots received after the election but postmarked on November 3.
Political newcomer Republican Mark Robinson won the race for lieutenant governor of North Carolina, according to the Associated Press. He will be the state’s first ever African-American lieutenant governor.
Control of the North Carolina General Assembly, and thus a hand in the once-a-decade redraw of congressional and state legislative maps, may come down to a handful of state Senate races. And the money aimed at those races shows it.
Time is ticking down for absentee voters to request ballots by mail and get them back to election offices for the general election. Voters have until Nov. 3 to get their ballots in either in-person or by mail.
One-stop early voting runs from Thursday, October 15 to Saturday, October 31, in counties across North Carolina. Local Boards of Elections have set up several locations where voters can cast ballots ahead of Election Day, November 3.
Six candidates are running for three seats on the New Hanover County Board of Commissioners in the 2020 General Election. All six took part in a Power Breakfast event sponsored by the Greater Wilmington Business Journal.
After months of legislative and legal fights over the rules for absentee-by-mail voting, North Carolina finally has some clarity two weeks before Election Day. Here's how to make sure your absentee ballot counts.
The State Board of Elections issued a directive telling counties to immediately resume notifying voters whose ballots arrive with a range of deficiencies on how to fix the problem or start the process over.
North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper has refused to meet with or take any action to pardon four men who were wrongfully convicted and imprisoned for crimes they did not commit. As a result, those men cannot get any compensation from the state.