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On the same day that Gov. Roy Cooper complained about a legislative "power grab" involving changes to the N.C. State Board of Elections, his lawyers filed paperwork in a lawsuit challenging the current board.
On the same day that Gov. Roy Cooper complained about a legislative "power grab" involving changes to the N.C. State Board of Elections, his lawyers filed paperwork in a lawsuit challenging the current board.
 
Unaffiliated voters challenging the partisan makeup of the N.C. State Board of Elections are challenging Gov. Roy Cooper's latest court filing in the case.
Unaffiliated voters challenging the partisan makeup of the N.C. State Board of Elections are challenging Gov. Roy Cooper's latest court filing in the case.
 
Unaffiliated voter registrations are nearly equal to each of the two major parties
Unaffiliated voter registrations are nearly equal to each of the two major parties
 
An unaffiliated Orange County candidate hopes the N.C. Court of Appeals will support his interpretation of the number of petition signatures needed to secure ballot access for a local election.
An unaffiliated Orange County candidate hopes the N.C. Court of Appeals will support his interpretation of the number of petition signatures needed to secure ballot access for a local election.
 
Gov. Roy Cooper is asking a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit from unaffiliated voters who want to serve on the State Board of Elections.
Gov. Roy Cooper is asking a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit from unaffiliated voters who want to serve on the State Board of Elections.
 
Unaffiliated voters are defending their federal lawsuit challenging the N.C. State Board of Elections. They object that state law guarantees only Democrats and Republicans can serve on the board.
Unaffiliated voters are defending their federal lawsuit challenging the N.C. State Board of Elections. They object that state law guarantees only Democrats and Republicans can serve on the board.
 
N.C. legislative leaders have asked a federal court to dismiss unaffiliated voters' lawsuit challenging the partisan composition of the State Board of Elections.
N.C. legislative leaders have asked a federal court to dismiss unaffiliated voters' lawsuit challenging the partisan composition of the State Board of Elections.
 
Unaffiliated registrations continue to outpace those of either major party
 
Top legislative leaders urge U.S. District Judge William Osteen to dismiss a lawsuit from unaffiliated voters. It challenges a state law limiting membership on the State Board of Elections to Democrats and Republicans.
Top legislative leaders urge U.S. District Judge William Osteen to dismiss a lawsuit from unaffiliated voters. It challenges a state law limiting membership on the State Board of Elections to Democrats and Republicans.
 
Common Cause and four individuals are suing in federal court to throw out a state law that blocks unaffiliated voters from serving on the N.C. State Board of Elections.
Common Cause and four individuals are suing in federal court to throw out a state law that blocks unaffiliated voters from serving on the N.C. State Board of Elections.
 
More NC Democrats turned out for early voting than Republicans, 233,172 to 189,96.
More NC Democrats turned out for early voting than Republicans, 233,172 to 189,96.
 
In a typical election year, the assumption is that Democrats will dominate early voting and Republicans will catch up on Election Day. But in 2022, at least during the primary, this usual pattern has gone out the window.
In a typical election year, the assumption is that Democrats will dominate early voting and Republicans will catch up on Election Day. But in 2022, at least during the primary, this usual pattern has gone out the window.
 
Unaffiliated voters have overtaken Democrats as the largest voting group in North Carolina, according to the latest data from the N.C. State Board of Elections.
Unaffiliated voters have overtaken Democrats as the largest voting group in North Carolina, according to the latest data from the N.C. State Board of Elections.
 
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 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.
 
For all of you Conservatives and unaffiliated voters who claim to support Conservative Principles but remain strong Anti- Trumpers, I pose the following question.
For all of you Conservatives and unaffiliated voters who claim to support Conservative Principles but remain strong Anti- Trumpers, I pose the following question.
 
Tiffany Lesnik, a lawyer in Wake County, arrived at the N.C. State Board of Elections on Dec. 4 to file her notice of candidacy. But an official told her she didnít qualify.
Tiffany Lesnik, a lawyer in Wake County, arrived at the N.C. State Board of Elections on Dec. 4 to file her notice of candidacy. But an official told her she didnít qualify.
 
Unaffiliated North Carolina voters are trending Republican, the conservative Civitas Institute found in its latest statewide poll. Even so, the Democratic Party maintains a lead on the generic ballot
Unaffiliated North Carolina voters are trending Republican, the conservative Civitas Institute found in its latest statewide poll. Even so, the Democratic Party maintains a lead on the generic ballot
 
The potential impact of unaffiliated voters on the upcoming election was the focus of the Thursday, Aug. 23 discussion of latest statewide poll by Civitas
The potential impact of unaffiliated voters on the upcoming election was the focus of the Thursday, Aug. 23 discussion of latest statewide poll by Civitas
 
In September, the GOP officially became the third-largest group of registered voters in North Carolina, as the number of unaffiliated voters surpassed Republican registration for the first time
In September, the GOP officially became the third-largest group of registered voters in North Carolina, as the number of unaffiliated voters surpassed Republican registration for the first time
 
About 30 percent of North Carolina's 6.8 million registered voters are Republicans
About 30 percent of North Carolina's 6.8 million registered voters are Republicans
 
During the nine-week period between May 13, 2017 and July 8, 2017, North Carolina's voter rolls grew by 24,486 voters
During the nine-week period between May 13, 2017 and July 8, 2017, North Carolina's voter rolls grew by 24,486 voters
 
The big question this year seems to be: Why are so many unaffiliated (UNA) voters voting early and who are they voting for? It's not a surprising question since they are turning out in record numbers
The big question this year seems to be: Why are so many unaffiliated (UNA) voters voting early and who are they voting for? It's not a surprising question since they are turning out in record numbers
 
Every August, Civitas polls NC unaffiliated voters to find out what this crucial voting bloc thinks.
Every August, Civitas polls NC unaffiliated voters to find out what this crucial voting bloc thinks.
 
Paul Tine is now unaffiliated. UN-A-FFIL-I-ATED. Rest easy. Sleep well. Go on about your business. He's courageously gone off all by himself (favoring ObamaCare, opposing school choice, but caucusing with the GOP).
Paul Tine is now unaffiliated. UN-A-FFIL-I-ATED. Rest easy. Sleep well. Go on about your business. He's courageously gone off all by himself (favoring ObamaCare, opposing school choice, but caucusing with the GOP).
 
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