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Two Charlotte media organizations, the Charlotte Observer and WBTV, ran stories last week about a legislator who appears to have made stealth changes to legislation that would possibly benefit some of his contributors
Two recent media reports have cast a spotlight on the potential "pay to play" problem with government contractors who are also donors to political campaigns.
At first, legislative leaders -- led by Rep. David Lewis -- were cheerleading hard for moving North Carolina's presidential primary from May to March.
We hear a lot of lip service from Republicans in Raleigh about the beauty of the free market.
Lawmakers could be moving all of next year's North Carolina's primaries to March 15.
Legislative election law writers continue working toward having a combined primary on March 15, 2016, allowing voters to cast ballots for president and nominate their party favorites for other statewide and local offices.
A rightward shift. That's how two sources - who both had votes in today's leadership vote - described the final results to me.
I talked this week with one of my moles on Jones Street. This person was absolutely floored by the amount of public feedback in this whole debate on alternative energy mandates and subsidies.
North Carolina's presidential preference primary would be held March 8, 2016, under House Bill 457, filed by Rep. David Lewis, R-Harnett, in a move intended to prevent the state from losing delegates in the presidential nominating process.
North Carolina's presidential preference primary would be held March 8, 2016, under House Bill 457, filed by Rep. David Lewis, R-Harnett, in a move intended to prevent the state from losing delegates in the presidential nominating process.
North Carolina's presidential preference primary would be held March 8, 2016, under House Bill 457, filed by Rep. David Lewis, R-Harnett, in a move intended to prevent the state from losing delegates in the presidential nominating process.
Gov. Pat McCrory used the deadline for filing income tax returns to tout the historic tax reform package that he signed into law last year.
A bill modifying a variety of election laws could bring campaign finance reporting into the 21st century while limiting the times special local elections could be held.
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