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Newly sworn in Chief Justice Paul Newby is wasting little time in getting North Carolina’s court system back up and running.
Newly sworn in Chief Justice Paul Newby is wasting little time in getting North Carolina’s court system back up and running.
 
In his first major announcement as chief justice, Paul Newby has named Superior Court Judge Andrew Heath director of the N.C. Administrative Office of the Courts.
In his first major announcement as chief justice, Paul Newby has named Superior Court Judge Andrew Heath director of the N.C. Administrative Office of the Courts.
 
Moments after the N.C. State Supreme Court held its formal ceremonial investiture for all newly elected members, Republicans signaled that the extended closures of North Carolina’s judicial branch ordered by former Democrat Chief Justice Cherie Beasley due to COVID-19 can’t continue under the state
Moments after the N.C. State Supreme Court held its formal ceremonial investiture for all newly elected members, Republicans signaled that the extended closures of North Carolina’s judicial branch ordered by former Democrat Chief Justice Cherie Beasley due to COVID-19 can’t continue under the state
 
Voters in 2020 gave Republicans more seats on the North Carolina Supreme Court, including elevating Republican Paul Newby to the Chief Justice seat.
Voters in 2020 gave Republicans more seats on the North Carolina Supreme Court, including elevating Republican Paul Newby to the Chief Justice seat.
 
It took five weeks to settle the final race, but when the N.C. Supreme Court’s session opens in a few weeks, there will be a new chief in Raleigh.
It took five weeks to settle the final race, but when the N.C. Supreme Court’s session opens in a few weeks, there will be a new chief in Raleigh.
 
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.
 
A joint statement from John Locke Foundation and Civitas Institute
 
Newby’s election completed a Republican sweep of eight statewide judicial seats, including three at the Supreme Court and five on the Court of Appeals.
Newby’s election completed a Republican sweep of eight statewide judicial seats, including three at the Supreme Court and five on the Court of Appeals.
 
Chief Justice Cheri Beasley only picked up five votes after a statewide machine recount
 
The N.C. Republican Party issued the following press release today
 
The ballots have been counted. Twice. Some will be counted again. Maybe all of them.
 
So far, Democrat Cheri Beasley has gained 10 votes, and Republican Paul Newby has gained 13 votes.
So far, Democrat Cheri Beasley has gained 10 votes, and Republican Paul Newby has gained 13 votes.
 
On Wednesday night, Democrat Cheri Beasley requested a hand-to-eye recount in a random sample of precincts in the NC Supreme Court Chief Justice contest.
On Wednesday night, Democrat Cheri Beasley requested a hand-to-eye recount in a random sample of precincts in the NC Supreme Court Chief Justice contest.
 
Chief Justice Elect Paul Newby expanded his lead during the recount, and Beasley cannot overcome it.
Chief Justice Elect Paul Newby expanded his lead during the recount, and Beasley cannot overcome it.
 
Beasley's Refusal To Concede Only Benefits Her Legal team
 
All 100 North Carolina counties have completed the statewide recount in the North Carolina Supreme Court Chief Justice contest.
All 100 North Carolina counties have completed the statewide recount in the North Carolina Supreme Court Chief Justice contest.
 
After much acrimony and protest, Paul Newby still stands about four hundred votes ahead of incumbent Cheri Beasley in the race for chief justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court.
After much acrimony and protest, Paul Newby still stands about four hundred votes ahead of incumbent Cheri Beasley in the race for chief justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court.
 
If Republican Supreme Court Justice Paul Newby’s 406 vote lead survives a recount and he makes history as North Carolina’s 30th Chief Justice he can thank a once Democratic stronghold that has gone red for providing his margin of victory.
If Republican Supreme Court Justice Paul Newby’s 406 vote lead survives a recount and he makes history as North Carolina’s 30th Chief Justice he can thank a once Democratic stronghold that has gone red for providing his margin of victory.
 
Fewer than 400 votes. That’s how much N.C. Supreme Court Justice Paul Newby leads Chief Justice Cheri Beasley as county elections boards completed their canvasses earlier this week.
Fewer than 400 votes. That’s how much N.C. Supreme Court Justice Paul Newby leads Chief Justice Cheri Beasley as county elections boards completed their canvasses earlier this week.
 
Justice Paul Newby has secured a majority of votes to become the next chief justice of the state of North Carolina now that all 100 counties have officially completed their canvass of the 2020 election and have certified the results.
Justice Paul Newby has secured a majority of votes to become the next chief justice of the state of North Carolina now that all 100 counties have officially completed their canvass of the 2020 election and have certified the results.
 
With the completion of the Robeson County canvas, it is clear that Paul Newby has secured a majority of the state's votes to become the next Chief Justice of North Carolina.
With the completion of the Robeson County canvas, it is clear that Paul Newby has secured a majority of the state's votes to become the next Chief Justice of North Carolina.
 
The lone Republican on North Carolina’s Supreme Court issued three dissents in the latest batch of high-court decisions.
The lone Republican on North Carolina’s Supreme Court issued three dissents in the latest batch of high-court decisions.
 
"It is disappointing that Governor Cooper has decided to not appoint the most-experienced Associate Justice to serve as the new Chief Justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court."
"It is disappointing that Governor Cooper has decided to not appoint the most-experienced Associate Justice to serve as the new Chief Justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court."
 
Gov. Roy Cooper picked the youngest member of the N.C. Supreme Court to its top position.
 
If party labels tell the story, Chief Justice Mark Martin could end up on the losing end of a lot of N.C. Supreme Court decisions this year.
If party labels tell the story, Chief Justice Mark Martin could end up on the losing end of a lot of N.C. Supreme Court decisions this year.
 
The public is invited to attend the official Swearing-In ceremony of Keith Kidwell as the Representative to the North Carolina House for the 79 District. Justice Paul Newby will officiate the ceremony.
The public is invited to attend the official Swearing-In ceremony of Keith Kidwell as the Representative to the North Carolina House for the 79 District. Justice Paul Newby will officiate the ceremony.
 
Governor Pat McCrory hosted more than 110 Boy Scouts, Scout leaders, parents and public officials from across North Carolina at the Executive Mansion today to receive an annual report on the impact of Scouting in North Carolina. The report details more than 600,000 service hours completed by...
Governor Pat McCrory hosted more than 110 Boy Scouts, Scout leaders, parents and public officials from across North Carolina at the Executive Mansion today to receive an annual report on the impact of Scouting in North Carolina. The report details more than 600,000 service hours completed by...
 
In an August ruling, by a 5-2 vote the state's highest court made it more difficult for consumers to prove claims that they had been victimized by companies using unfair or improper business practices. The ruling stated that plaintiffs must show that they relied on false statements when they...
In an August ruling, by a 5-2 vote the state's highest court made it more difficult for consumers to prove claims that they had been victimized by companies using unfair or improper business practices. The ruling stated that plaintiffs must show that they relied on false statements when they...
 
This past election brought changes to how government works in North Carolina. Of course, there are still the House and Senate chamber (legislative branch), the Governor's office (executive branch), and the Courts (judicial branch). What happened to each of those is noteworthy.
This past election brought changes to how government works in North Carolina. Of course, there are still the House and Senate chamber (legislative branch), the Governor's office (executive branch), and the Courts (judicial branch). What happened to each of those is noteworthy.
 
Today, the Office of the Governor released the following pool report of Governor Pat McCrory's swearing-in ceremony, prepared by The Associated Press.
Today, the Office of the Governor released the following pool report of Governor Pat McCrory's swearing-in ceremony, prepared by The Associated Press.
 
Senator-Elect Norman Sanderson (R-Pamlico) and Representative-Elect Michael Speciale (R-Craven) will be sworn in by North Carolina Supreme Court Associate Justice Paul Newby at 3:00 p.m. on Sunday January 6, 2013 at the Havelock Tourist and Event Center.
Senator-Elect Norman Sanderson (R-Pamlico) and Representative-Elect Michael Speciale (R-Craven) will be sworn in by North Carolina Supreme Court Associate Justice Paul Newby at 3:00 p.m. on Sunday January 6, 2013 at the Havelock Tourist and Event Center.
 
Lt. Governor-elect Dan Forest will take the oath of office in a private ceremony in the Old Senate Chambers of the North Carolina Capitol Building at noon on January 7, 2013. He will be joined by his immediate family in the ceremony. The oath will be administered by NC Supreme Court Justice Paul New
Lt. Governor-elect Dan Forest will take the oath of office in a private ceremony in the Old Senate Chambers of the North Carolina Capitol Building at noon on January 7, 2013. He will be joined by his immediate family in the ceremony. The oath will be administered by NC Supreme Court Justice Paul New
 
Just in case you needed some evidence that elections MATTER, look no further than The North Carolina Supreme Court. Justice Paul Newby, fresh off of a tough reelection fight, wrote the court's majority opinion in High Rock Lake Partners v. NCDOT.
Just in case you needed some evidence that elections MATTER, look no further than The North Carolina Supreme Court. Justice Paul Newby, fresh off of a tough reelection fight, wrote the court's majority opinion in High Rock Lake Partners v. NCDOT.
 
Overall, it's looking like a pretty depressing election day for the Democrat Party in-state and nationwide.
Overall, it's looking like a pretty depressing election day for the Democrat Party in-state and nationwide.
 
The Christian Action League of North Carolina has endorsed Justice Paul Newby for the N.C. Supreme Court.
 
To many, the race is below the radar, taking a back seat to the presidential and gubernatorial contests in North Carolina. But some say the battle for a state Supreme Court justice seat could be the most important race to be decided by the state's voters this year.
To many, the race is below the radar, taking a back seat to the presidential and gubernatorial contests in North Carolina. But some say the battle for a state Supreme Court justice seat could be the most important race to be decided by the state's voters this year.
 
For decades upon decades, all was well in The Tar Heel State as judges were elected with the blessing of the state's leftist-dominated bar association and their mainstream media lapdogs.
For decades upon decades, all was well in The Tar Heel State as judges were elected with the blessing of the state's leftist-dominated bar association and their mainstream media lapdogs.
 
Paul Newby meets with officials, then speaks at Rotary Club
 
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