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As the John Locke Foundation celebrates its 25th anniversary this month, it can look back on a quarter century of change, change in the state and in the organization itself.
As the John Locke Foundation celebrates its 25th anniversary this month, it can look back on a quarter century of change, change in the state and in the organization itself.
 
Civitas' annual poll of unaffiliated North Carolina voters provides insights into the views of this key voting bloc as the state heads into the election season.
Civitas' annual poll of unaffiliated North Carolina voters provides insights into the views of this key voting bloc as the state heads into the election season.
 
Never fails. The left-wing Public Policy Polling is backtracking. Just last week they were reporting that Thom Tillis was going to win the GOP Primary in a cakewalk.
Never fails. The left-wing Public Policy Polling is backtracking. Just last week they were reporting that Thom Tillis was going to win the GOP Primary in a cakewalk.
 
Some, including us, have long felt that Downeast is the "red headed stepchild at the family reunion," so to speak, in North Carolina politics.
Some, including us, have long felt that Downeast is the "red headed stepchild at the family reunion," so to speak, in North Carolina politics.
 
After a weekend of online chatter, media spin, and political fulminations, there can be no doubt that the end of the 2013 legislative session was, in truth, the start of the 2014 election cycle.
After a weekend of online chatter, media spin, and political fulminations, there can be no doubt that the end of the 2013 legislative session was, in truth, the start of the 2014 election cycle.
 
A new poll by the Civitas Institute examined North Carolina voters' views of state and national leaders.
A new poll by the Civitas Institute examined North Carolina voters' views of state and national leaders.
 
Or so said Shakespeare's Richard III, a fictional villain who may have borne at least some resemblance to the fellow just found buried under a parking lot in Leicester...
Or so said Shakespeare's Richard III, a fictional villain who may have borne at least some resemblance to the fellow just found buried under a parking lot in Leicester...
 
One election night television commentator proclaimed that North Carolina had long been a "red" or Republican state.
One election night television commentator proclaimed that North Carolina had long been a "red" or Republican state.
 
Today's political lexicon identifies states that vote Republican as red states, while states voting Democratic are blue. Until recently North Carolina was undeniably blue but a current description might color us purple, the result from mixing the two colors together.
Today's political lexicon identifies states that vote Republican as red states, while states voting Democratic are blue. Until recently North Carolina was undeniably blue but a current description might color us purple, the result from mixing the two colors together.
 
More than a third of voters turned out for North Carolina's primary elections, far higher than the normal turnout in a presidential year and almost as high as the record turnout for the Hillary Clinton-Barack Obama slugfest in 2008.
More than a third of voters turned out for North Carolina's primary elections, far higher than the normal turnout in a presidential year and almost as high as the record turnout for the Hillary Clinton-Barack Obama slugfest in 2008.
 
Americans for Prosperity Foundation – North Carolina (AFPF-NC) and the John William Pope Civitas Institute, the partners behind NC Real Solutions, today responded to Governor Beverly Perdue’s criticisms of their new television ad.
Americans for Prosperity Foundation – North Carolina (AFPF-NC) and the John William Pope Civitas Institute, the partners behind NC Real Solutions, today responded to Governor Beverly Perdue’s criticisms of their new television ad.
 
It's an election year, and both major political parties have an interest in accentuating the differences between Democratic and Republican candidates for governor, legislature, and other North Carolina offices.
It's an election year, and both major political parties have an interest in accentuating the differences between Democratic and Republican candidates for governor, legislature, and other North Carolina offices.
 
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