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Voters will see another minority party on North Carolina's ballot
 
The Constitution Party isn’t expected to become the state’s fifth political party until Wednesday, June 6. But it already faces a threat to potential candidates
The Constitution Party isn’t expected to become the state’s fifth political party until Wednesday, June 6. But it already faces a threat to potential candidates
 
The Bipartisan State Board of Elections & Ethics Enforcement voted unanimously on Wednesday to recognize the Constitution Party of North Carolina as the state's newest political party
The Bipartisan State Board of Elections & Ethics Enforcement voted unanimously on Wednesday to recognize the Constitution Party of North Carolina as the state's newest political party
 
The long, hard slog for the North Carolina Green Party is over. The state officially recognized the Green Party, allowing its candidates to appear on state ballots
The long, hard slog for the North Carolina Green Party is over. The state officially recognized the Green Party, allowing its candidates to appear on state ballots
 
Last week, with bipartisan support we voted to override Gov. Cooper's veto of legislation that provides voters more choices at the ballot box by increasing ballot access for smaller political parties and unaffiliated candidates for many statewide and local elections
Last week, with bipartisan support we voted to override Gov. Cooper's veto of legislation that provides voters more choices at the ballot box by increasing ballot access for smaller political parties and unaffiliated candidates for many statewide and local elections
 
You might expect Libertarians to feel protective of the spot they've won as the only third party on North Carolina's election ballot
You might expect Libertarians to feel protective of the spot they've won as the only third party on North Carolina's election ballot
 
Gov. Cooper vetoed S.B. 656 to forestall a purported constitutional amendment The Republican-led General Assembly seemed content to stay home until January
Gov. Cooper vetoed S.B. 656 to forestall a purported constitutional amendment The Republican-led General Assembly seemed content to stay home until January
 
Republicans proudly welcome more competition on the ballot from unaffiliated candidates and newly empowered political parties like the Green Party
Republicans proudly welcome more competition on the ballot from unaffiliated candidates and newly empowered political parties like the Green Party
 
Third parties would face a lower hurdle in seeking a spot on North Carolina's election ballot, under a bill that cleared a state House committee this morning.
Third parties would face a lower hurdle in seeking a spot on North Carolina's election ballot, under a bill that cleared a state House committee this morning.
 
Spindale Town Councilman Ben Edwards said he was agitated when he learned House Majority Leader Mike Hager was running unopposed in House District 112, which the Republican had represented since 2011
Spindale Town Councilman Ben Edwards said he was agitated when he learned House Majority Leader Mike Hager was running unopposed in House District 112, which the Republican had represented since 2011
 
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