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A key Senate Republican is looking into whether Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) discussed classified information during Tuesday night's Republican presidential debate.
Gov. Pat McCrory, U.S. Sen. Richard Burr, and 2nd District U.S. Rep. Renee Ellmers are among high-profile Republican incumbents who have drawn Republican primary opponents, but 54 other candidates were, in effect, elected to the General Assembly on Monday because nobody chose to run against...
Pat McCrory, Roy Cooper, Richard Burr, and many other confirmed or potential candidates for statewide office in North Carolina have plans. They have strategies. They have backers, and staffers, and plenty of ideas for how best to win their elections in November of 2016.
Former judge Paul Wright, who has run unsuccessfully for governor and Congress, has announced he will be challenge incumbent Republican Richard Burr for renomination in 2016.
A guy named George Rouco is turning heads and being heralded as a "primary challenger" to incumbent Charlotte-area congressman Robert Pittenger (R).
Today, the United States Senate passed the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year 2016 with bipartisan support.
Today, Senators Thom Tillis (R-NC) and Richard Burr (R-NC) issued a joint statement congratulating Dr. Paul Modrich, a professor at the Duke University School of Medicine, and Dr. Aziz Sancar, a professor at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine
Earlier this week, North Carolina Senators Thom Tillis (R) and Richard Burr (R) wrote to National Guard Chief General Frank Grass expressing concern over the Army's recent decision to eliminate the state's Apache unit as part of its Aviation Restructuring Initiative.
Senators Thom Tillis (R-NC) and Richard Burr (R-NC) wrote to Army Chief of Staff Mark A. Milley, expressing concern that the Air Force's plan to dismantle the 440th Airlift Wing at Fort Bragg's Pope Airfield
Today, President Barack Obama vetoed the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year 2016, which recently passed both chambers of Congress with strong bipartisan support. Following the president's decision to veto the NDAA for FY16, North Carolina Senators...
After months of speculation and handwringing among Democrats, the party is finally fielding candidates to take on Republican U.S. Sen. Richard Burr in 2016. The potential aspirants include state Rep. Duane Hall of Raleigh, former state Rep. Deborah Ross of Raleigh, and Chris Rey, mayor of the...
There's another player out there rating the conservatism of DC politicians -- Conservative Review. The folks at that site give both North Carolina senators failing grades, and pass only FIVE of North Carolina's 13 House members.
The most recent Civitas Poll of North Carolina voters compared their current views with the positions of voters in May 2005, when Civitas took its first poll.
The most recent Civitas Poll of North Carolina voters found President Obama's job approval ratings underwater, while Gov. Pat McCrory and U.S. Sen. Richard Burr had positive ratings.
BarryO has decided he wants to give everybody a free ride through community college. Heck. His radical overhaul of healthcare has worked *so well.* Why not meddle here?
Just when you thought things couldn't get any dumber than having that dude dress up like a duck during the recent US Senate race, the lads at NCGOP HruchoQ one-up themselves
When I ran for the U.S. Senate last year, I promised North Carolinians I would fight for common-sense policies that create opportunities for hardworking taxpayers.
Pretty much as soon as the polls closed on Election Day 2014, the political prognosticators began laying bets on what will happen by Election Day 2016. At the national level, attention quickly focused on the seemingly endless parade of Republicans seeking to take on Hillary Clinton.
During the 2014 campaign season, polling organizations issued dozens of surveys of North Carolina voters. If you read them carefully, you spotted the opening that Thom Tillis would later seize to upset Kay Hagan in the U.S. Senate race. A careful reading also revealed that Democrats were unlikely...
Pretty much as soon as the polls closed on Election Day 2014, the political prognosticators began laying bets on what will happen by Election Day 2016. At the national level, attention quickly focused on the seemingly endless parade of Republicans seeking to take on Hillary Clinton.
During the 2014 campaign season, polling organizations issued dozens of surveys of North Carolina voters. If you read them carefully, you spotted the opening that Thom Tillis would later seize to upset Kay Hagan in the U.S. Senate race. A careful reading also revealed that Democrats were unlikely...
The most recent Civitas Poll of North Carolina voters found President Obama's job approval ratings underwater, while Gov. Pat McCrory and U.S. Sen. Richard Burr had positive ratings.
The most recent Civitas Poll of North Carolina voters compared their current views with the positions of voters in May 2005, when Civitas took its first poll.
Pretty much as soon as the polls closed on Election Day 2014, the political prognosticators began laying bets on what will happen by Election Day 2016. At the national level, attention quickly focused on the seemingly endless parade of Republicans seeking to take on Hillary Clinton.
During the 2014 campaign season, polling organizations issued dozens of surveys of North Carolina voters. If you read them carefully, you spotted the opening that Thom Tillis would later seize to upset Kay Hagan in the U.S. Senate race. A careful reading also revealed that Democrats were unlikely...
Stan has spurred me to further research over the Conservative / Liberal split. Unbeknownst to me a good old High School buddy supplied me with the ultimate answer!
Reports are out that our senior US senator has joined fellow Republicans McCain of Arizona, Flake of Arizona, and Coburn of Oklahoma in sponsoring a bill to make significant changes to the way business is conducted at the US Department of Veterans Affairs.
In 2010, we rose up en masse in protest against ObamaCare. We gave the US House to the Republicans, and closed the GOP's deficit with the Democrats in the Senate.
The Club For Growth  -  a DC-based PAC that emphasizes support for lower taxes and free market measures - loves to hold the feet of politicians in both parties to the fire.
Senator Richard Burr understands that America's greatest challenge is healthcare and has made it his personal mission to help find solutions to our broken healthcare system.
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