Voters in North Carolina’s Democratic primary ranked health care as the most important issue facing the country, well above climate change, the economy, race relations, foreign policy and many other social issues.
Former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg brought his democratic presidential campaign to Wilmington on the last day of one-stop early voting in North Carolina. Bloomberg greeted hundreds of people at Laney High School.
Rep. Holly Grange is not seeking re-election to her seat in the North Carolina House of Representatives. Instead, she is running for the republican gubernatorial nomination to face incumbent Gov. Roy Cooper in the general election.
According to complainant Mike Korn, Ray confiscated campaign material Korn had handed out to a voter, including a pamphlet discouraging people from voting for Ray. Additionally, Korn indicates that Ray threatened legal action against him.
A new poll shows Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders and former Vice President Joe Biden leading among North Carolina voters surveyed ahead of the state's primary elections. President Donald Trump enjoys strong support in the state ahead of his re-election bid.
Voters see how the new voting equipment will work during an interactive demonstration Wednesday, Jan. 29. The goal is to help voters understand the machines ahead of the upcoming primary election next month.
Congressman David Rouzer will have at least one primary challenger if he files to run for a fourth term representing North Carolina’s Seventh District. Peter D’Abrosca filed Wednesday as a republican candidate for the newly redrawn district
State leaders are cracking down on anyone who tries to tamper with state or local elections. The North Carolina General Assembly passed a bill that directly addresses last year’s ninth congressional district race, which caused Bladen County to hold new elections after the state board found evidence
More than nine months after the North Carolina State Board of Elections refused to certify the results of the election in the state’s 9th congressional district, voters are headed back to the polls Tuesday.
Along with everything else it takes to prepare for the upcoming 2019 municipal elections, and the 2020 primaries close on their heels, election officials in Southeastern North Carolina are also waiting to see what kind of equipment they will be able to use.
Calvin Norton has sued local officials so many times in lawsuits deemed “frivolous” by a judge, that he has effectively had his right to sue in state court revoked. But that hasn’t stopped the Columbus County man.
The judge handling the contentious legal battle between the Brunswick Regional Water and Sewer Authority H2GO, the Town of Leland and the Town of Belville has made a decision regarding what he deemed an unlawful transfer of assets from H2GO to the Town of Belville in 2017.
Attorneys challenging the outcome of the November election for Columbus County sheriff filed a notice of appeal Friday with the North Carolina State Board of Elections. They also plan to file a complaint and a Motion for a Stay of certification with Wake County Superior Court.
The comments Belville Mayor Mike Allen made during a May 21st meeting of the H2GO sanitary district board were recorded, and attorneys familiar with the recording say it sounds as if Allen is admitting he is using the legal appeals process to avoid complying with a judge’s order.