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The latest Civitas poll covers a range of what interests North Carolina - from the economy to a gubernatorial matchup.
Over the next 12 months, expect to hear a great deal about the "Carolina Comeback." It will be the reelection theme for Gov. Pat McCrory and other Republican leaders.
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.
Cooper Didn't Sign A Letter From 16 Bipartisan State Attorneys General To The EPA Requesting a Suspension Of The New Rules
In his quest to restore the broken Democrat state machine in Raleigh, Roy Cooper continues to hope North Carolinians forget his record and history.
After the Obama administration issued overreaching EPA rules and regulations which could cause electricity costs to rise and hurt families across North Carolina, Governor McCrory announced he would sue the federal government to stop the rules.
As the NAACP prepares for this evening's Voter ID rally in Raleigh, it is important to know who is really behind challenges to NC's voting ID law.
After the N.C. Department of Environment and Natural Resources sent a letter to Attorney General Roy Cooper, The North Carolina Republican Party urged Cooper to put politics aside and do his job by defending the state against new overreaching federal EPA rules.
Democrat Candidate for Governor Who Led Redistricting For Democrats Commits Massive Flip Flop on Redistricting
In a campaign email last week, Attorney General Roy Cooper made it clear he wants to engage in a public debate about policy. But while the attorney general and Democrat candidate for governor made his support for Obamacare clear.
After Attorney General Roy Cooper announced he will not seek a retrial in the Randall "Wes" Kerrick case, the North Carolina Republican Party released the following statement.
The North Carolina Republican Party (NCGOP) today held a press conference in front of the attorney general's office and launched a petition asking North Carolinians across the state to urge Attorney General Roy Cooper to support ending sanctuary cities in North Carolina.
Today, the North Carolina Republican Party slammed State Senator Josh Stein as he announced a campaign to succeed his former boss and Democrat candidate for governor, Roy Cooper.
Democrats like Roy Cooper and the rest of the 'sky-is-falling' crowd on the left are once again peddling false information and statistics in an attempt to mislead North Carolinians on education and teacher pay. While they say that teachers are leaving NC, the fact is that North Carolina is...
The North Carolina Republican Party today delivered in-kind campaign contribution forms to the Raleigh News & Observer after its editorial board endorsed Attorney General Roy Cooper in a bizarre editorial over the weekend. Remarkably, the paper's endorsement came before Cooper answered a single...
After Roy Cooper's Non-Announcement Announcement, NCGOP Releases Web Video: "Better Than This"...
Casting himself as a champion of traditional North Carolina values under assault by a wayward Republican governor and General Assembly, Democratic Attorney General Roy Cooper announced Monday he is running for governor against GOP incumbent Pat McCrory "to set a new direction."
What would North Carolina look like with Roy Cooper as governor? Today, the North Carolina Republican Party (NCGOP) launched a website, backtothefuturenc.com, and digital ad campaign to take North Carolinians back in time to examine Roy Cooper's long 30-year record as a Raleigh insider and show how
A new Civitas Poll of registered, unaffiliated North Carolina voters shows Gov. Pat McCrory trailing Attorney General Roy Cooper in a hypothetical gubernatorial race.
No matter how good the crystal ball, it is impossible to predict what will happen in 2015. Perhaps it will be easier to identify the people likely to either make or respond to North Carolina news events.
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.
Pat McCrory will likely run for reelection next year as governor of North Carolina against longtime Attorney General Roy Cooper.
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.
Pat McCrory will likely run for reelection next year as governor of North Carolina against longtime Attorney General Roy Cooper.
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.
Pat McCrory will likely run for reelection next year as governor of North Carolina against longtime Attorney General Roy Cooper.
No matter how good the crystal ball, it is impossible to predict what will happen in 2015. Perhaps it will be easier to identify the people likely to either make or respond to North Carolina news events.
A move is afoot on Jones Street to consolidate state law enforcement in the executive branch.
We've been hearing quite a bit of behind-the-scenes grumbling from GOP insiders and activists on both sides of the Raleigh beltline.
North Carolina attorney general Roy Cooper is starting to remind me of Peter Gibbons, the main character in the cult hit movie "Office Space."
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