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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.
No one in authority has said why both houses of our legislature mysteriously, rapidly and overwhelmingly passed modifications to their 2013 election law changes or why Governor McCrory just as unceremoniously signed them into law.
The court battle over the Voter Information Verification Act (VIVA), the landmark election reform legislation signed into law in 2013, will begin again in a few weeks. U.S. Judge Thomas D. Schroeder, from the United States District Court, Middle District of North Carolina, will begin to hear...
Liberal/progressive legislators look to add yet another official form of identification to the already lengthy list of acceptable voter photo IDs with HB 240. This bill would amend the list of acceptable voter photo IDs to include college and university ID's when the new voter ID law goes into...
Liberal/progressive legislators look to add yet another official form of identification to the already lengthy list of acceptable voter photo IDs with HB 240. This bill would amend the list of acceptable voter photo IDs to include college and university ID's when the new voter ID law goes into...
The court battle over the Voter Information Verification Act (VIVA), the landmark election reform legislation signed into law in 2013, will begin again in a few weeks. U.S. Judge Thomas D. Schroeder, from the United States District Court, Middle District of North Carolina, will begin to hear...
The U.S. Supreme Court today stayed a federal appeals court order that would have enjoined parts of North Carolina's new voting law regarding same-day registration and out-of-precinct voting.
The Advancement Project, in a press release dated August 21, announced that the North Carolina NAACP was appealing U.S. District Judge Thomas D. Schroeder's decision earlier this month to deny a preliminary injunction to block certain provisions of VIVA in the November 2014 election.
It would seem that the Anointed One's Chief Skin Merchant, (Eric Holder - in case you were wondering) doesn't like the way North Carolina wants to run its elections.
Yes, state board member, Maja Kricker, really did rule at the State Board of Elections (SBOE) meeting today. Her opinion was the only opinion that counted when it came to the five member SBOE voting on one-stop variance requests made by county board of elections.
As a federal court case regarding election reform laws passed by North Carolina legislators in 2013 has become a major national news item, we await a judge's ruling in the preliminary injunction hearing.
A parade of witnesses came to testify against North Carolina's new voting reforms but a look at their backgrounds shows they all have ties to the radical liberal network of groups known as Blueprint NC and/or have strong ties to the Democratic Party.
Remarks made by an associate justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court at a Democratic Party fund-raising dinner, as well as her membership in a private organization, raise serious questions about her possible bias against the state's new voter ID law.
A crowded field is squaring off in the N.C. House District 58 race. Incumbent Rep. Alma Adams is making a run for the 12th District Congressional seat formerly held by U.S. Rep. Mel Watt. District 58 covers Guilford County's midsection, including much of Greensboro.
Puzzled by the past several months of histrionics about North Carolina's election-law changes? You're hardly alone. By any objective standard, the Voter Identification and Verification Act enacted last year was commonsensical in structure and modest in potential effects.
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