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A national Republican group is urging the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to reject Democrats' request to keep the Green Party off the N.C. ballot.
A national Republican group is urging the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to reject Democrats' request to keep the Green Party off the N.C. ballot.
 
A federal Appeals Court will not block the N.C. Green Party from appearing on the general election ballot.
A federal Appeals Court will not block the N.C. Green Party from appearing on the general election ballot.
 
A federal judge has rejected Democratic groups' request that he block — or stay — his Aug. 5 order placing Green Party candidates on the N.C. election ballot.
A federal judge has rejected Democratic groups' request that he block — or stay — his Aug. 5 order placing Green Party candidates on the N.C. election ballot.
 
The N.C. Green Party accuses Democratic groups of "distortions" and "misrepresentations" in an effort to block Greens from the N.C. election ballot.
The N.C. Green Party accuses Democratic groups of "distortions" and "misrepresentations" in an effort to block Greens from the N.C. election ballot.
 
On Tuesday, Democrats filed an emergency motion to stay federal Judge James Dever’s decision last week to order the North Carolina State Board of Elections to place the Green Party’s candidates on the ballot.
On Tuesday, Democrats filed an emergency motion to stay federal Judge James Dever’s decision last week to order the North Carolina State Board of Elections to place the Green Party’s candidates on the ballot.
 
On Friday night, federal Judge James Dever made a decision in the North Carolina Green Party’s lawsuit against the State Board of Elections, placing the party’s candidates on the ballot and claiming jurisdiction over the matter.
On Friday night, federal Judge James Dever made a decision in the North Carolina Green Party’s lawsuit against the State Board of Elections, placing the party’s candidates on the ballot and claiming jurisdiction over the matter.
 
The Green Party and N.C. State Board of Elections have not reached a deal on resolving the Greens' federal lawsuit against the board.
The Green Party and N.C. State Board of Elections have not reached a deal on resolving the Greens' federal lawsuit against the board.
 
he final step in the N.C. Green Party’s journey to be on the state’s 2022 ballots may be in sight, as Judge James Dever, the federal judge overseeing the NCGP’s lawsuit against the N.C. State Board of Elections, released an order Monday signaling the case was made “moot” by the NCSBE’s decision.
he final step in the N.C. Green Party’s journey to be on the state’s 2022 ballots may be in sight, as Judge James Dever, the federal judge overseeing the NCGP’s lawsuit against the N.C. State Board of Elections, released an order Monday signaling the case was made “moot” by the NCSBE’s decision.
 
After a long back-and-forth battle on whether there were enough valid signatures on the N.C. Green Party’s petition to become a recognized party in the 2022 midterms, the N.C. Board of Elections determined that the fraudulent signatures were not enough to push the Green Party below.
After a long back-and-forth battle on whether there were enough valid signatures on the N.C. Green Party’s petition to become a recognized party in the 2022 midterms, the N.C. Board of Elections determined that the fraudulent signatures were not enough to push the Green Party below.
 
The State Board of Elections on Monday voted 4-0 to recognize the North Carolina Green Party as an official political party in the state.
The State Board of Elections on Monday voted 4-0 to recognize the North Carolina Green Party as an official political party in the state.
 
The N.C. Green Party has filed a new emergency motion in its bid to gain access to the Nov. 8 election ballot.
The N.C. Green Party has filed a new emergency motion in its bid to gain access to the Nov. 8 election ballot.
 
In the July 14 lawsuit filed by the N.C. Green Party against the N.C. State Board of Elections (NCSBE), the NCGP pointed to identical language used in public records requests by an Elias Law Group attorney, Elizabeth Poston; and Amelia Brown, an alleged legal intern for Gov. Roy Cooper, as evidence
In the July 14 lawsuit filed by the N.C. Green Party against the N.C. State Board of Elections (NCSBE), the NCGP pointed to identical language used in public records requests by an Elias Law Group attorney, Elizabeth Poston; and Amelia Brown, an alleged legal intern for Gov. Roy Cooper, as evidence
 
It's been said North Carolina is politically a purple state, a mixture of red (Republican) and blue (Democrat). Now we might have to add green to the mix, since the Green Party has petitioned to gain statewide ballot access in this November's general elections.
It's been said North Carolina is politically a purple state, a mixture of red (Republican) and blue (Democrat). Now we might have to add green to the mix, since the Green Party has petitioned to gain statewide ballot access in this November's general elections.
 
The North Carolina Green Party reached out to Carolina Journal and other media on July 14 with news that they had filed suit against the N.C. State Board of Elections (NCSBE) over their exclusion from the 2022 midterm ballots as a recognized party.
The North Carolina Green Party reached out to Carolina Journal and other media on July 14 with news that they had filed suit against the N.C. State Board of Elections (NCSBE) over their exclusion from the 2022 midterm ballots as a recognized party.
 
The Carolina Journal makes a wide sweeping evaluation of the news that most effects us here in North Carolina, and is distilled, here on BCN, for your clear understanding by the electronic means of video broadcast.
The Carolina Journal makes a wide sweeping evaluation of the news that most effects us here in North Carolina, and is distilled, here on BCN, for your clear understanding by the electronic means of video broadcast.
 
The Green Party’s recent problems gaining access to North Carolina’s election ballot raise concerns from another political group that has had to work to win a ballot spot.
The Green Party’s recent problems gaining access to North Carolina’s election ballot raise concerns from another political group that has had to work to win a ballot spot.
 
The North Carolina Green Party had its petition to be recognized as an official party in state elections denied, in a 3-2 party-line vote, at the N.C. State Board of Elections on June 30.
The North Carolina Green Party had its petition to be recognized as an official party in state elections denied, in a 3-2 party-line vote, at the N.C. State Board of Elections on June 30.
 
The State Board of Elections on Thursday voted not to recognize the Green Party as an official political party in North Carolina, citing an ongoing investigation into evidence of fraud and other irregularities in the petition process used to seek ballot access for the party.
The State Board of Elections on Thursday voted not to recognize the Green Party as an official political party in North Carolina, citing an ongoing investigation into evidence of fraud and other irregularities in the petition process used to seek ballot access for the party.
 
The Green Party has not won a major election since it has been recognized in 2018 in North Carolina.
The Green Party has not won a major election since it has been recognized in 2018 in North Carolina.
 
The party lost ballot status in 2021, will have until July 1 to pick candidates
The party lost ballot status in 2021, will have until July 1 to pick candidates
 
The State Board of Elections on Tuesday voted unanimously to wait until June 12 to move members of the Constitution and Green parties to unaffiliated status in order to give the parties time to try to gather enough signatures to regain recognition in North Carolina.
The State Board of Elections on Tuesday voted unanimously to wait until June 12 to move members of the Constitution and Green parties to unaffiliated status in order to give the parties time to try to gather enough signatures to regain recognition in North Carolina.
 
The Constitution Party and the Green Party are no longer recognized political parties in North Carolina.
The Constitution Party and the Green Party are no longer recognized political parties in North Carolina.
 
The Bipartisan State Board of Elections & Ethics Enforcement has released a newly designed voter registration application form, which includes the option of registering with the North Carolina Green Party
The Bipartisan State Board of Elections & Ethics Enforcement has released a newly designed voter registration application form, which includes the option of registering with the North Carolina Green 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
 
The Bipartisan State Board of Elections & Ethics Enforcement on Tuesday appointed four members to each of the 100 county boards of elections and unanimously recognized the North Carolina Green Party as an official political party in the state
The Bipartisan State Board of Elections & Ethics Enforcement on Tuesday appointed four members to each of the 100 county boards of elections and unanimously recognized the North Carolina Green Party as an official political party in the state
 
As of today, the State Board of Elections has officially certified the Green Party as a new political party in North Carolina, following the General Assembly's passage of Senate Bill 656.
As of today, the State Board of Elections has officially certified the Green Party as a new political party in North Carolina, following the General Assembly's passage of Senate Bill 656.
 
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