Advocacy groups have been urging North Carolina lawmakers to put a $1.9 billion statewide school construction bond referendum on the November 2018 ballot. Instead, legislators want to put constitutional amendments on the ballot.
State Rep. Tim Moore, the Republican House speaker, says states with voter ID laws have seen “zero decrease” in participation. As legislators consider a referendum on the issue, PolitiFact checks Moore's claim.
Orange-Chatham District Attorney Jim Woodall clears Orange County Sheriff's Office Chief Deputy Jamison Sykes of charge that Sykes was pulling up Tony White signs during the May 2018 primary race. White lost his challenge, giving Sheriff Charles Blackwood another term in office.
Voters in Durham, Mecklenburg and Buncombe counties in North Carolina signaled they are ready for change in the criminal justice system after voting for candidates for sheriff and district attorney promising reforms and new approaches, but what does that mean for the rest of the state and how much reform is possible?
California billionaire Tom Steyer is bringing his campaign to impeach President Donald Trump to Charlotte next week, but North Carolina Democratic candidates who could vote on impeachment call it a distraction.
Durham County Sheriff's Office Major Paul Martin says he will wage a write-in campaign against Democratic primary winner Clarence Birkhead, to stop Durham County’s political “descent into anarchy and criminality.”
Orange County commissioners candidates Jamezetta Bedford, Earl McKee, Tommy McNeill, Brian Crawford, Noah Oswald and Sally Greene compete for three seats. Mark Kleinschmidt challenges James Stanford for Clerk of Superior Court in May 2018.
Tuesday, May 8 2018 Chatham County Sheriff Mike Roberson held the early lead over Pittsboro Police Chief Percy Crutchfield as the early-voting results were reported Tuesday night in their Democratic primary election.
Tuesday was primary election day in North Carolina. Republican, Democratic, Libertarian and unaffiliated voters visited polling places to vote for candidates for Congress, the NC Senate and House, county commissioners and more.
Re-elect Mike Andrews for Durham County Sheriff's Facebook page responded "Amen Bobby" to what commenter are characterizing as a racist post. A Sheriff's Office official said Andrews didn't make the post and the person who did was barred from using the page.
Two days before the May 8 primary election in which his opponent Clarence Birkhead has won key endorsements, Durham County Sheriff Mike Andrews publicly rejected a call by Latino groups to stop honoring ICE detainers, saying to do so would put more immigrants at risk.