A Look Back at the Congressional Elections

This year, Americans elected 35 of the 100 members of the United States Senate and all 435 members of the United States House of Representatives, substantially altering the composition of Congress in what was largely the first national referendum on Donald Trump’s...

Sigh. Let the races begin

Yesterday, state Senator Terry Van Duyn of Asheville fired the starting pistol of the 2020 election when she announced she’s a candidate for lieutenant governor. With current light guv Dan Forrest term limited, she’s running for an open seat. She’ll be a formidable...

A TURN in the GOP

This morning on twitter, I saw a group called TURN, Triangle Urban Republican Network, is having a meet up on Tuesday at 6pm at Tapworks in Raleigh. TURN describes itself as “A group for thinking Republicans, moderates, Libertarian leaners, independents, and anyone...

Failing Upwards

If you’re ever worried about job safety, consider going into the world of politics. As long as your party is in control of things, they’ll take care of you. If nobody comes to mind, I’ve got a prime example in hand: Justin Burr. Burr is one of the youngest legislators...

It’s Time for a New Election

At this point, unless your name is Mark Harris, you probably doubt the integrity of the congressional election in North Carolina’s Ninth District. In what was drawn to be a reliably safe Republican district — which Republicans have held since 1963 — Baptist minister...

Interview: Prof. Bitzer and NC09 Election Fraud

The text from the conversation is below, condensed somewhat and reworded where necessary. Given the length of the transcript, please forgive any errors. Kirk Kovach: I’m Kirk Kovach, I’m here with PoliticsNC. We’re in Salisbury, NC with Professor Michael Bitzer, and...

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