Monthly Archives: February 2018

A year later, bipartisan redistricting reform bill still awaits a vote

A year ago today, a bipartisan group of 39 NC House members, led by four Republicans, introduced a plan to end gerrymandering in North Carolina. Twelve months later, the bill has still not been given a vote or even a … Continue reading

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Candidate filing begins for 2018 North Carolina elections

Candidate filing for North Carolina’s legislative, congressional and other non-judicial races kicked off on Monday. All 120 NC House seats and all 50 NC Senate seats will be up for election this fall.

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Wake residents speak up for Sunday voting, ask that Chavis be an early voting site

Wake County residents filled a meeting of the board of elections on Thursday night, successfully calling for a robust early voting plan in the upcoming primary election that includes Sunday voting and use of Chavis Community Center in Raleigh as … Continue reading

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