Politics

Long Lines Persist at Early Voting Sites

Oct 28, 2008

Foxx Bids for Charlotte Mayor in '09

Oct 27, 2008

Concerns About Reporting Early Voting Numbers

Oct 27, 2008

The Election, Race and Religion in Gaston County

Oct 23, 2008

Penalties Set for Primary Election Robocalls

Oct 21, 2008

Candidates for NC Governor Debate

Oct 16, 2008

Eager Voters Embrace Early Ballot

Oct 16, 2008

The line to vote early stretched around the block and took over two hours at many locations around Mecklenburg County today. More than two-hundred people waited during lunch to vote at the University City Public Library, including Taiwanese immigrant Sharia Nolan. "It's worth it," said Nolan, while standing in the hot sun. "I'm a first time voter. I waited 14 years and I just got my citizenship this summer. So I'm glad I can participate." Early voting began at 20 sites in Mecklenburg County today.

Perdue Attacks in NC Governer's Debate

Oct 16, 2008

Governor Candidates Debate in Charlotte

Oct 15, 2008

The organization called Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now, or ACORN, credits itself for helping register about 28,000 new voters in North Carolina, and 1.3 million nationwide. The group targets low-income voters who, presumably, will vote Democrat. But the organization's efforts are being attacked by Republican presidential nominee John McCain and North Carolina gubernatorial candidate Pat McCrory.

The Race for District 9

Oct 7, 2008

Hayes, Kissell in Another Tight Congressional Race

Oct 6, 2008

Obama Discusses NC Issues

Oct 1, 2008

While John McCain is focusing on other swing states, Barack Obama and running mate Joseph Biden are spending a lot of time in North Carolina. Obama or Biden has visited the state three weeks in a row. On Saturday, Obama addressed about 20,000 people in Greensboro. Afterward, reporter Dave DeWitt of WUNC-FM spoke to Obama about illegal immigration, offshore drilling and why he believes has has a shot at being the first Democratic presidential candidate in 30 years to win the state.

Get-out-the-vote Effort Extends to Jails

Sep 26, 2008

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