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The latest Civitas poll covers a range of what interests North Carolina - from the economy to a gubernatorial matchup.
Does our state's constitution mean what it says? That's the question asked by a recent lawsuit filed in Wake County Superior Court. At issue is the constitutionality of recent changes to how justices are elected to the North Carolina Supreme Court. The case will not only require our courts to...
As the 2016 election cycle approaches, North Carolina voters will witness a spirited political debate about how best to promote economic growth
Commentators and academic analysts trying to make sense of North Carolina's fascinating and ever-changing politics have been arguing lately that the state is becoming increasingly urbanized - and that this trend portends significant shifts in voting behavior and electoral outcomes
North Carolina Republican Leadership Initiative (RLI) fellow and educator Amy Blake Lewis was highlighted by the Republican National Committee for her work to engage voters in the state. As an RLI fellow, Amy is working to organize teams and build relationships in her community to create a long last
Governor Pat McCrory visited Stone Mountain State Park and UNC Charlotte today to discuss the Connect NC bond referendum he signed into law, which if approved by voters in March, will invest $2 billion in education, parks, National Guard facilities and water and sewer infrastructure.
Today, Governor Pat McCrory visited Stone Mountain State Park to discuss the Connect NC Bond referendum he signed into law, which if approved by voters in March, will invest $2 billion in education, parks, National Guard facilities, and statewide water and sewer infrastructure. Of that amount...
The hearing that will determine the fate of North Carolina's election reform law wrapped up Aug. 7. Groups that included the NC NAACP and the League of Women Voters of NC, ­joined by Eric Holder's (and Loretta Lynch's) U.S. Justice Department, are suing the state over election reform legislation (th
A new Civitas Poll of registered, unaffiliated North Carolina voters shows that an overwhelming majority of North Carolina Unaffiliated voters support an amendment to the North Carolina Constitution which would require a vote of two-thirds majority of both houses of the state legislature to...
This week's Civitas Poll Lunch shed light on what North Carolina voters think about the likely candidates for governor, and some of the leading presidential hopefuls.
Political discussion often involves debate over competing ideas. But some partisans want no debate. They would rather declare certain views off-limits. It's a tactic that disturbs Guy Benson and Mary Katharine Ham, co-authors of the book End of Discussion: How the Left's Outrage Industry Shuts...
The so-called millennial generation helped to elect Barack Obama in 2008. But their turnout faded in 2012 because their expectations for instant gratification were not met, and they hold a jaded view that their votes don't matter, a South Carolina pollster told a Raleigh audience
The midterm elections saw record turnout and relatively few glitches, but a few things stood out to undermine the liberal claim that "there is no voter fraud in North Carolina." Here are just a few examples of potential or actual fraud.
The most recent Civitas Poll shows North Carolina voters strongly support laws protecting the integrity and stature of the election process.
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.
A new Civitas Poll of registered North Carolina voters shows they are open to options for schools, assessment of students, and education funding.
In the wake of a recent U.S. Supreme Court's decision, a recent Civitas Poll of North Carolina voters shows that two-thirds of them still support the traditional view of marriage.
Wake County voters swept out all four Republicans on the seven-member Board of County Commissioners in Tuesday's election, but that result is not as stunning as it is a portrait of what may be increasingly predictable in a divided state, a top political observer says.
The John Locke Foundation will focus on freedom as it monitors activity within the N.C. General Assembly in 2015. JLF Vice President for Outreach Becki Gray delivered that message Monday.
North Carolina voters soon could vote for governor and lieutenant governor as a team under a measure approved Tuesday by the House Elections Committee.
Wake County voters swept out all four Republicans on the seven-member Board of County Commissioners in Tuesday's election, but that result is not as stunning as it is a portrait of what may be increasingly predictable in a divided state, a top political observer says.
The John Locke Foundation will focus on freedom as it monitors activity within the N.C. General Assembly in 2015. JLF Vice President for Outreach Becki Gray delivered that message Monday.
North Carolina voters soon could vote for governor and lieutenant governor as a team under a measure approved Tuesday by the House Elections Committee.
The McCrory administration will ask North Carolina voters to approve transportation and infrastructure bonds at a time when citizens in most (but not all) cities will elect mayors and council members. Holding the referendums this November also would ask voters statewide to cast ballots as many...
The midterm elections saw record turnout and relatively few glitches, but a few things stood out to undermine the liberal claim that "there is no voter fraud in North Carolina." Here are just a few examples of potential or actual fraud.
The most recent Civitas Poll shows North Carolina voters strongly support laws protecting the integrity and stature of the election process.
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 John Locke Foundation will focus on freedom as it monitors activity within the N.C. General Assembly in 2015. JLF Vice President for Outreach Becki Gray delivered that message Monday.
North Carolina voters soon could vote for governor and lieutenant governor as a team under a measure approved Tuesday by the House Elections Committee.
A federal judge in Winston-Salem today denied a petition to enjoin the State Board of Elections' implementation of new voting laws enacted in August 2013. (Text of order).
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