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In the heat of partisan battle, much discussion about North Carolina’s Supreme Court election focuses on the current split between the court’s Republicans and Democrats
In the heat of partisan battle, much discussion about North Carolina’s Supreme Court election focuses on the current split between the court’s Republicans and Democrats
 
Democrat-turned-Republican Chris Anglin won his court fight to run on the GOP ticket for Supreme Court justice in the Nov. 6 general election
Democrat-turned-Republican Chris Anglin won his court fight to run on the GOP ticket for Supreme Court justice in the Nov. 6 general election
 
Raleigh attorney Chris Anglin has won his fight to run as a Republican for the Supreme Court in the Nov. 6 general election. Republican legislative leaders have thrown in the towel
Raleigh attorney Chris Anglin has won his fight to run as a Republican for the Supreme Court in the Nov. 6 general election. Republican legislative leaders have thrown in the towel
 
An appeal of a judge’s ruling requiring the fall election ballot to list Supreme Court candidate Chris Anglin as a Republican could threaten a key election deadline
An appeal of a judge’s ruling requiring the fall election ballot to list Supreme Court candidate Chris Anglin as a Republican could threaten a key election deadline
 
When the courts rule against laws our legislature has passed, which they often do, it never seems to enter lawmakers' minds that those rulings are because of their own wrongheaded notions
When the courts rule against laws our legislature has passed, which they often do, it never seems to enter lawmakers' minds that those rulings are because of their own wrongheaded notions
 
Gov. Roy Cooper vetoed a pair of bills Friday that tweak state election laws and judicial election districts
 
On Friday, Governor Cooper took action on four bills that were passed by the General Assembly and brought to his desk for approval
On Friday, Governor Cooper took action on four bills that were passed by the General Assembly and brought to his desk for approval
 
It's no shocker that a fan of partisan judicial elections urges North Carolina to maintain its current system for selecting state judges
It's no shocker that a fan of partisan judicial elections urges North Carolina to maintain its current system for selecting state judges
 
Since 2011, the Republican-led General Assembly has enacted transformational reforms
 
North Carolina Chief Justice Mark Martin isn't happy with the way state judges get on the bench
North Carolina Chief Justice Mark Martin isn't happy with the way state judges get on the bench
 
Too many North Carolinians lack confidence in our courts, according to a recently concluded 15-month study initiated by Mark Martin, Chief Justice of our state Supreme Court
Too many North Carolinians lack confidence in our courts, according to a recently concluded 15-month study initiated by Mark Martin, Chief Justice of our state Supreme Court
 
Another day, another veto override vote went against Gov. Roy Cooper
 
Gov. Roy Cooper’s first veto would block a bill to restore party labels to N.C. judicial elections. Cooper’s office announced the veto of House Bill 100 Thursday afternoon
Gov. Roy Cooper’s first veto would block a bill to restore party labels to N.C. judicial elections. Cooper’s office announced the veto of House Bill 100 Thursday afternoon
 
Today Governor Roy Cooper vetoed his first bill, one that would would have made judicial elections partisan. NCGOP Chairman Robin Hayes responded below
Today Governor Roy Cooper vetoed his first bill, one that would would have made judicial elections partisan. NCGOP Chairman Robin Hayes responded below
 
Today, Governor Cooper signed a veto of House Bill 100
 
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