North Carolina's gubernatorial race this year will feature a match-up between Charlotte Mayor Pat McCrory and Lieutenant Governor Bev Perdue. Each won their party's respective nomination on Tuesday. WFAE's Scott Graf spoke with Davidson College Political Science Professor Susan Roberts about the race.
North Carolina voters know who their choices for governor will be this fall. Democrat Bev Perdue and Republican Pat McCrory won their parties' respective nominations. From WUNC, Laura Leslie has the story.
Election returns throughout the Presidential primary show a large gap between generations. Older people tend toward Hillary Clinton. Younger voters are Barack Obama's. But as WFAE's Julie Rose reports, the ongoing Democratic race is also opening conversation across generations.
A record 43,000 people in Mecklenburg County voted early - many waiting in line for hours on Saturday before polls closed. County officials are bracing for another mad rush for Primary Election Day. WFAE's Julie Rose reports. Polls open at 6:30 a.m. Tuesday and close at 7:30 p.m. Tune to 90.7 WFAE for breaking coverage of election results throughout the evening.
North Carolina voters will have their say on some high profile races Tuesday, including President and Governor. There are also some lesser-known races on the ballot - including a couple of the state's top judicial positions. That choice poses a tricky problem for many voters. WFAE's Julie Rose explains:
In these days leading up to the primary election, WFAE is bringing you profiles of all six major candidates for governor. In this profile, we meet our third Republican candidate, State Senator Fred Smith. WUNC's Laura Leslie reports.
As the state's primary day draws closer, WFAE is bringing you profiles of each of the major candidates for governor. Now, we meet Republican contender and Salisbury attorney Bill Graham. WUNC's Laura Leslie reports.
Democrat Kay Hagan is on the ballot for the U.S. Senate seat now held by Republican Elizabeth Dole. Hagan currently serves as a member of the North Carolina Senate. WUNC's Jessica Jones reports on Hagan and her campaign.
North Carolina's May 6 Primary is a big deal for the Democrats running for president. But it's just a rubber stamp for Republican Presidential Candidate John McCain. Still, the Charlotte Chamber today announced that McCain will pay a visit to speak with local business leaders the day before the primary. WFAE's Julie Rose reports.