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Residents soon will get voting guides. They may see sample ballots, or newspaper profiles
 
The Following is part of an article series sent by incumbent Governor McCrory following Gubernatorial Debate on October 18 with Roy Cooper
The Following is part of an article series sent by incumbent Governor McCrory following Gubernatorial Debate on October 18 with Roy Cooper
 
The Following is part of an article series sent by incumbent Governor McCrory following Gubernatorial Debate on October 11 with Roy Cooper
The Following is part of an article series sent by incumbent Governor McCrory following Gubernatorial Debate on October 11 with Roy Cooper
 
Today, the Pat McCrory Committee released a new TV ad, which slams Roy Cooper's false ad claiming he fixed the problems at the State Crime Lab while serving as North Carolina's attorney general for the past 16 years.
Today, the Pat McCrory Committee released a new TV ad, which slams Roy Cooper's false ad claiming he fixed the problems at the State Crime Lab while serving as North Carolina's attorney general for the past 16 years.
 
Governor Pat McCrory has selected Beth Freshwater Smith of Wilson to fill a vacant district court seat in the 7th District (Nash, Edgecombe and Wilson counties). The vacancy was created by the resignation of Judge William G. Stewart. Smith will serve the remainder of Judge Stewart's term, which...
Governor Pat McCrory has selected Beth Freshwater Smith of Wilson to fill a vacant district court seat in the 7th District (Nash, Edgecombe and Wilson counties). The vacancy was created by the resignation of Judge William G. Stewart. Smith will serve the remainder of Judge Stewart's term, which...
 
Paul Craig Roberts takes a look at the document that holds the states in a Union and questions whether the legal bonds still exist.
Paul Craig Roberts takes a look at the document that holds the states in a Union and questions whether the legal bonds still exist.
 
Back in June I discussed Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse's disturbing suggestion that energy companies that raise doubts about the Administration's response to climate change should be prosecuted under federal racketeering law. At the time it seemed like a farfetched proposal and a clear violation of the...
Back in June I discussed Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse's disturbing suggestion that energy companies that raise doubts about the Administration's response to climate change should be prosecuted under federal racketeering law. At the time it seemed like a farfetched proposal and a clear violation of the...
 
Governor Pat McCrory has appointed two District Court judges.
 
In one of the most closely watched U.S. Senate contests nationally, Republican House Speaker Thom Tillis of Mecklenburg County knocked off incumbent Democrat Kay Hagan in a race capping a night that saw the GOP seize the majority in the upper chamber, unifying control of Congress.
In one of the most closely watched U.S. Senate contests nationally, Republican House Speaker Thom Tillis of Mecklenburg County knocked off incumbent Democrat Kay Hagan in a race capping a night that saw the GOP seize the majority in the upper chamber, unifying control of Congress.
 
Voters will be presented with a proposed constitutional amendment this November 4.
 
Voters in November will be able to decide on a proposed constitutional amendment giving North Carolinians charged with a felony the option of waiving a jury trial and allowing a Superior Court judge to render a verdict.
Voters in November will be able to decide on a proposed constitutional amendment giving North Carolinians charged with a felony the option of waiving a jury trial and allowing a Superior Court judge to render a verdict.
 
It was not a good day for the Beaufort County Sheriff's Department. The case against Carter Leary in the June 15, 2011, 12th street siege case was thrown out of court before the defense even put on its case.
It was not a good day for the Beaufort County Sheriff's Department. The case against Carter Leary in the June 15, 2011, 12th street siege case was thrown out of court before the defense even put on its case.
 
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