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The lawsuit is over Wake County legislative districts that were redrawn as part of the racial gerrymandering case, North Carolina v. ... Strach added later that the “train has left the station” in terms of resolving the constitutional issues before this year's elections, but they did not object to resolving them before ...

The hyper-gerrymandering of North Carolina's congressional and legislative seats over the last decade left – and continues to leave – elections in many district uncompetitive. So many districts tilted so far toward one party – particularly Republicans – opposition efforts are symbolic at best. In 2010, even ...
Hall had filed to run for re-election two weeks prior to publication of the story, on Feb. 12. Hall hasn't released a statement or responded to calls, texts or emails from The N&O. The November elections are pivotal for North Carolina Democrats, who aim to gain influence in state politics. Republicans hold so ...
Special Election Suggested for Some House Districts. An attorney leading another challenge to North Carolina legislative districts wants Wake County House boundaries changed for this year's elections, but Republican state lawmakers believe it's too late for that. March 1, 2018, at 4:51 p.m.. Special Election Suggested for ...
For candidates running in the 2018 elections, it's a race against Russia _ or other actors, perhaps _ as they try to ensure that they aren't thrown off message by ... The hacks even prompted a North Carolina man to storm a Washington pizzeria with an assault rifle, based on an internet conspiracy theory that ...
And state Republican Party executive director Dallas Woodhouse tweeted that he expects “an unaffiliated candidate with some @NCGOP support” in that Eastern North Carolina state House race. In past election cycles, districts drawn to strongly favor one party often failed to draw more than one candidate.
RALEIGH – Gov. Roy Cooper wants to take politics out of the redistricting process, but he also thinks he should control elections administration in North Carolina. Legislative Republicans, meanwhile, want to take partisanship out of the elections board, but they're determined to keep it in the process of ...
North Carolina election administrators are asking state lawmakers for additional funds and changes to laws to secure better balloting and registration from ... Strach wants to hire a chief information security officer, modernize the statewide registration and elections computer system and help counties ...
Stein called election tampering “intolerable” and is asking homeland security to provide his office with information to “ensure that North Carolina elections are fair and secure.” Specifically, Stein is asking for information on known vulnerabilities in North Carolina as well as vulnerabilities in election hardware ...
A Democratic state senator known for relentless opposition to Republican policies at the North Carolina legislature won't seek re-election this year because ... Bryant says she's proud of legislation she helped pass to reduce eastern North Carolina electric rates and provide due-process rights for parents of ...


 

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