The GOP's 'REDMAP' memo (The Gerrymandering Files) -
“Last month ProPublica detailed exactly how REDMAP worked, with special emphasis on redistricting in North Carolina.”
Democrat Hagan leads prospective GOP opponents in 2014 race -
North Carolina voters are divided about Democratic Sen. Kay Hagan, but she leads any of prospective Republican opponents, according to a new poll.
Curating North Carolina's 2012 Pro-Equality Candidate Coverage #vote4equalitync -
In Summer/Fall 2012, Equality NC Action Fund, the political action committee (PAC) of NC’s statewide LGBT advocacy group Equality NC, announced endorsements for pro-equality candidates and pushed hard to get these preferred politicians-many of whom opposed #amendment1-in the media. #vote4equalityNC
Editorial: Newest - Wave of young voters could be an electoral force -
“Political force.” That’s you young voters!
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It’s Official! @TheDemocrats passed a marriage equality platform in #CLT. Share your thoughts on Twitter: #LGBTDNC #equalityaction
RACE TO THE BALLOT sits in on the “Faith an Politics” Panel at @ppldnc (#theppl) featuring Amendment One fighters Bishop Tonyia Rawls & Rev. Stephen Shoemaker! #DNC2012
Political balance at stake in NC Supreme Court race -
The outcome of a single race on November’s ballot could swing the legal temperament of the North Carolina Supreme Court.
The justices on the court aren’t labeled by party on the ballot, but based on voter registration four are Republicans, while three are Democrats.
Associate Justice Paul Newby, a Republican, is being challenged this fall by Court of Appeals Judge Sam Ervin IV, a Democrat.