In-person early voting begins on October 15th in North Carolina but casting ballots by mail is well underway.
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With continued concerns over the spread of COVID-19, and a national election less than three months away, record numbers of North Carolinians are planning to vote by mail.
12:33pm Feb 25, 2020
This week on Carolina Curious, we take a look at what makes the Tar Heel state so purple. Listener Kennette Thomas asks:
2:54pm Feb 15, 2019Politics & Government Politics & Government
On Monday, the State Board of Elections will begin a hearing on what to do with North Carolina’s embattled 9th Congressional District.
10:02am Dec 04, 2018Politics & Government Politics & Government
Catawba College political scientist Michael Bitzer is known for taking deep dives into North Carolina voter data.
10:30am Sep 19, 2018Politics & Government Politics & Government
This is part of our election-year civics series, Democracy 101. Click here to find more of our stories about important issue
5:41pm Nov 14, 2017Politics & Government Politics & Government
An outside expert appointed by a federal court has released his proposed changes to North Carolina’s statehouse districts.
12:05pm Sep 13, 2017Courts Courts Politics & Government
On Tuesday, plans to redraw North Carolina’s judicial districts took a step forward during a special House committee meeting held in Raleigh.
2:37pm Feb 17, 2017Politics & Government Politics & Government
This week, Gov. Roy Cooper proposed a compromise on repealing House Bill 2, the law that limits legal protections for LGBT people.
5:01pm Sep 20, 2016Politics & Government Politics & Government
“The primary purpose of the Electoral College was to put kind of a safety valve if we ever had too much democracy.”