North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper vetoed a sweeping Republican elections bill Thursday that would end a grace period for voting by mail and make new allowances for partisan poll observers.
North Carolina's newly seated Supreme Court heard arguments Thursday on whether people convicted of felonies — tens of thousands statewide — should be permitted to vote if they aren't in prison but
A new report on 2010 to 2020 census data shows tremendous growth in North Carolina's Latino population. Advocacy groups say this has implications for voting rights.