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The Charlotte Observer published an inflammatory, race baiting, factless opinion piece that is a disservice to its readers and is insulting to Chief Justice Cherie Beasley and Chief Justice-elect Paul Newby.
The Charlotte Observer published an inflammatory, race baiting, factless opinion piece that is a disservice to its readers and is insulting to Chief Justice Cherie Beasley and Chief Justice-elect Paul Newby.
 
North Carolina Republicans made substantial gains on election night 2020, including a clean sweep of all eight statewide judicial candidates.
North Carolina Republicans made substantial gains on election night 2020, including a clean sweep of all eight statewide judicial candidates.
 
Judicial candidates on the campaign trail in North Carolina tend to avoid harsh criticism of their opponents. In contrast, written judicial opinions often feature pointed jabs.
Judicial candidates on the campaign trail in North Carolina tend to avoid harsh criticism of their opponents. In contrast, written judicial opinions often feature pointed jabs.
 
Conservative Appellate Judicial Candidates filed for the NC Supreme Court and the NC Court of Appeals on the opening day of filing, Monday, December 2.
Conservative Appellate Judicial Candidates filed for the NC Supreme Court and the NC Court of Appeals on the opening day of filing, Monday, December 2.
 
It's common for the N.C. General Assembly to end legislative sessions amid a flurry of last-minute filings and maneuvering
It's common for the N.C. General Assembly to end legislative sessions amid a flurry of last-minute filings and maneuvering
 
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