The NC County Geography Tour is nearing completion, with only ten counties left to be surveyed. After the tour is complete, I’ll make a big post detailing all the important geographic trends in North Carolina, demographic changes, growth patterns, and other areas of interest.
The winner of this poll will be the next county to be featured on this site. The runner-up will be featured next, and so on. Let’s face it: not everyone cares about political trends in various North Carolina counties, so I want to thank everyone who’s been following. I hope that some of the information has proved interesting, if nothing else.
Also, I’ve been thinking of another NC-centric project with which to occupy my time once the Geography Tour is over. So I’m going to ask visitors for help: what would you like to see on here? Anything related to North Carolina politics and elections is fair game. Be sure to let me know what you like about the site, what you don’t like, and how I can improve it. Send all your suggestions to: email@example.com.
So vote in the poll and be sure to give me your feedback. Lastly, I want to thank everyone for reading, liberal and conservative. As always, I will attempt to provide accurate, non-partisan analyses on NC politics, and I hope you will continue to read as the 2014 election season begins in earnest. Thank you for your support!
John Wynne is the “conservative voice” at PoliticsNC, where he also provides polling analysis and commentary on legislative campaigns. When not writing about politics, he enjoys gardening and listening to opera. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.