With four days of early in-person voting remaining, North Carolinians have already cast more early ballots than they did during the last midterms in 2014.
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A new Elon University poll takes a closer look at what North Carolinians know about six constitutional amendments on
A state judicial panel says questions on two new proposed amendments to the North Carolina Constitution should remain on November ballots.
Actions by Republican legislators this week to alter North Carolina ballot language this fall for constitutional referenda and a Supreme Court race have been vetoed by Democratic Gov.