The state of house races

The state of house races

ShareOur maps at PoliticsNC have been updated. (Thanks, Amanda.) It’s time to take a look at the lay of the land in legislative races as we approach the end of August and the beginning of the real campaign season in September. We’ll start with the House....
War on the administrative state

War on the administrative state

ShareYesterday, the EPA held a Community Event in Fayetteville to discuss the threat of Gen X to the Cape Fear River and all the communities it serves. Congressman Richard Hudson came to show his concern. Ironically, as his opponent Frank McNeill pointed out, if...
Governing like a cartel

Governing like a cartel

ShareYesterday was a bad day for the authoritarians in the General Assembly. First, the court came out against their law that would retro-actively change elections laws, leaving two Republicans on the ballot for Supreme Court. Then, all five formers governors, two...
Fuel to the Democratic fire

Fuel to the Democratic fire

ShareToday, all five of North Carolina’s surviving governors are holding a press conference to oppose two of the proposed constitutional amendments that would shift power from the governor to the legislature. The GOP majority in the state house and senate has been...

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