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North Carolina Republicans are hoping to gain a majority in the General Assembly strong enough to thwart vetoes by Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper.
North Carolina Republicans were hoping to gain a majority in both houses of the General Assembly that would be strong enough to thwart vetoes by Democratic Gov. Roy Cooper.
Brian Murphy, WRAL News
Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2022 -- As we enter our season of democracy, I am asking you for help. As we go to vote this fall, I am asking for your patience, your grace, and your assistance to ensure that voting in elections remains the cornerstone of our democracy.
We speak with the four candidates who are running for the newly created NC House District 2 seat.
With Democrats gaining seats in the NC House, committee makeup could shift. Our analysts look at the winners or losers.
A dark money group is making buys on television and Facebook, kicking campaign season into gear ahead of November elections.
Travis Fain, WRAL statehouse reporter
Although a statewide recount hasn't been completed, Republican Chuck Stuber conceded the state auditor's race Friday to Democratic incumbent Beth Wood.
Wake County Republican Reps. Marilyn Avila and Gary Pendleton lost close races, but Republicans maintained an iron grip on the state House and state Senate.
A direct mail ad from a N.C. Families First claims Rep. Gary Pendleton, R-Wake, gave us House Bill 2. But the Wake County lawmaker didn't vote on the bill, so how does the group support that claim?
Will voters take out their frustrations on incumbents or return the Republicans to their super-majority in the state legislature?
Rep. Charles Jeter, R-Mecklenburg, a centrist legislator who has been serving as the Republican Conference Chairman, is resigning his seat and giving up a run for a third term.
Republican Congresswoman Renee Ellmers said she decided to back presidential candidate Donald Trump after talking to voters.
Reps. Nelson Dollar, R-Wake, and David Lewis, R-Harnett, are among the incumbents who lead their challengers in primaries Tuesday night.
Senate leaders criticized Attorney General Roy Cooper for not taking action to invalidate a Charlotte nondiscrimination ordinance. Meanwhile, House Speaker Tim Moore says more than three-fifths of his members have asked to return to Raleigh in order to invalidate the ordinance.
Rep. Nelson Dollar says he has been leading the conservative charge since serving in Gov. Jim Martin's administration. Challenger Mark Villee says Dollar has turned his back on his conservative credentials in favor of bloated budgets.
When the candidate filing period closed at noon Monday, 13 state Senate candidates and 41 state House candidates faced no opposition. Nearly 20 more races will be settled in the primary.