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Leaders from the NCGA House and Senate continued the call for Roy Cooper to defend the common-sense voter ID law or resign as the appeal heads to the Supreme Court.
Governor McCrory announced he will ask the Supreme Court tomorrow to reinstate North Carolina's common sense voter ID law.
The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals refused on Thursday to put a hold on its order striking down North Carolina's voter ID law and related election reforms while the opinion is on appeal.
On July 27, Civitas' Susan Myrick pointed out the conflict of interest of Judge Michael Morgan, who is not only running for the one opening on the state Supreme Court this year.
Governor Pat McCrory has formally requested U.S. Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts to stay a ruling by the Fourth Circuit and reinstate North Carolina's Voter ID law.
A top election law adviser to legislative leaders suggests the U.S. Supreme Court and Chief Justice John Roberts could have a decision fairly quickly on whether to delay an order by an appeals court striking down North Carolina's voter ID law
Legal analysts have given the opinion by the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals overturning North Carolina's election reform law, including its voter ID requirement, mixed reviews.
The North Carolina Republican Party (NCGOP) released the following statement in response to Roy Cooper's latest actions, which have proven his ultimate lack of responsibility as a prosecutor as well as his over zealous behavior with taxpayer money
The 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has overturned major chunks of North Carolina's broad election reform law passed in 2013, claiming that U.S. District Court Judge Thomas Schroeder committed factual errors when he threw out challenges to the law
The North Carolina Republican Party (NCGOP) today released the following statement in response to the 4th Circuit Court of Appeals ruling on North Carolina's voter ID law
While this ruling was expected it is nevertheless disappointing that Roy Cooper and his allies have blocked our already successful and popular voter ID law
Governor McCrory issued the following statement after the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals denied the State's motion to stay the ruling in the voter ID lawsuit
Beginning today, voters in North Carolina will have access to an online voter guide for the June 7 primary
Governor Pat McCrory issued a statement following the ruling by U.S. District Judge Thomas Schroeder upholding all parts of the state's voter ID law...
After a federal court upheld North Carolina's common sense voter ID law and threw out the radical left's legal challenge, the North Carolina Republican Party (NCGOP) released the following statement...
If your personal lawyer was taking money under the table from the very person you're facing off with in court, you would fire them immediately for unethical behavior and a serious conflict of interest.
Rick Henderson, Carolina Journal managing editor, assesses the reaction among voter ID critics to recent changes to North Carolina's new voter ID law
State Board of Elections officials say charges that North Carolina's new voter ID requirement led to long wait times at the polls and unnecessary confusion that harmed voters are off target
The State Board of Elections today released a new public service announcement designed to educate voters on the 2016 voter Id requirements.
Advancing the North Carolina primary date to March 15 has led to earlier deadlines for registering to vote, absentee voting, changing your party affiliation, and other election-related activities.
Effective immediately all drones over .55 pounds must be registered with the Federal Government. You Could Go to Jail for Forgetting to Register Your Drone
The State Board of Elections today released a new public service announcement regarding voter ID requirements set to begin in 2016. Ads are slated to run on television and radio through the 2016 Election Cycle.
As the NAACP prepares for this evening's Voter ID rally in Raleigh, it is important to know who is really behind challenges to NC's voting ID law.
We've had judges try to tell us that Jefferson, Adams & co. all created a right to taxpayer-funded abortion when they drafted our Constitution.
The Division of Motor Vehicles and the State Board of Education appear to have worked out a hiccup in the state's new voter identification law that could have made it harder for some out-of-state students attending college in North Carolina to vote.
The Advancement Project, in a press release dated August 21, announced that the North Carolina NAACP was appealing U.S. District Judge Thomas D. Schroeder's decision earlier this month to deny a preliminary injunction to block certain provisions of VIVA in the November 2014 election.
A parade of witnesses came to testify against North Carolina's new voting reforms – but a look at their backgrounds shows they all have ties to the radical liberal network of groups known as Blueprint NC and/or have strong ties to the Democratic Party.
As a federal court case regarding election reform laws passed by North Carolina legislators in 2013 has become a major national news item, we await a judge's ruling in the preliminary injunction hearing.
Puzzled by the past several months of histrionics about North Carolina's election-law changes? You're hardly alone. By any objective standard, the Voter Identification and Verification Act enacted last year was commonsensical in structure and modest in potential effects.
A crowded field is squaring off in the N.C. House District 58 race. Incumbent Rep. Alma Adams is making a run for the 12th District Congressional seat formerly held by U.S. Rep. Mel Watt. District 58 covers Guilford County's midsection, including much of Greensboro.
Remarks made by an associate justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court at a Democratic Party fund-raising dinner, as well as her membership in a private organization, raise serious questions about her possible bias against the state's new voter ID law.
Apparently, our esteemed state attorney general learned NOTHING from the Duke lacrosse case.
Much has been said and written about the election law reform legislation known as VIVA (Voter Identification Verification Act  -  HB 589) - but too many of the reports are misleading or just plain wrong.
Senate President Pro Tempore Phil Berger (R-Rockingham) and House Speaker Thom Tillis (R-Mecklenburg) announced Friday they have retained pro bono outside legal counsel to advise them on the defense of North Carolina's constitutional amendment defining marriage as the union of one man and one woman.
Much has been said and written about the election law reform legislation known as VIVA (Voter Identification Verification Act  -  HB 589)  -  but too many of the reports are misleading or just plain wrong.
The voter identification provision in North Carolina's new election law has drawn considerable attention from across the country. Democrats have, of course, been highly critical of it.
It would seem that the Anointed One's Chief Skin Merchant, (Eric Holder - in case you were wondering) doesn't like the way North Carolina wants to run its elections.
No, I'm not speculating about the president's strategies for implementing his health care law or besting Congressional Republicans in budget battles. Today's topic is closer to home: the decision by Attorney General Eric Holder to file a lawsuit alleging that North Carolina's new election law...
Senate President Pro Tempore Phil Berger (R-Rockingham) and House Speaker Thom Tillis (R-Mecklenburg) issued the following joint statement today in response to the U.S. Justice Department's lawsuit on North Carolina's election reform law.
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