Dan Way reports for Carolina Journal Online on the prospects for a new election in North Carolina’s 9th Congressional District. Marc Rotterman’s Daily Journal honors the late President George H.W. Bush.
Lindsay Marchello reports for Carolina Journal Online on a bill to restore separate state boards for election oversight and ethics enforcement. John Hood’s Daily Journal responds to the latest plan for housing UNC-Chapel Hill’s controversial Silent Sam statue.
Lindsay Marchello reports for Carolina Journal Online on a potential new home for UNC-Chapel Hill’s controversial Silent Sam statue. The Daily Journal explains why voter ID is clearly constitutional in North Carolina.
Joe Schoffstall of the Washington Free Beacon highlights an activist group’s plans involving electoral redistricting. A group focused on congressional redistricting efforts backed by President Barack Obama and led by former attorney general Eric Holder, a potential Democratic presidential contender, released a map of the states the organization…
Dan Way reports for Carolina Journal Online on the latest developments in controversies surrounding North Carolina’s state elections board and the 9th District congressional election. John Hood’s Daily Journal explains why North Carolina’s urban-versus-rural debate is overly simplistic.
Dan Way reports for Carolina Journal Online on the uncertain fate of North Carolina’s state elections and ethics board. CJ Online also features an interview with Matthew Ladner of the Charles Koch Institute about a popular form of attack on school choice. The attack targets private school curricula.
Dan Way reports for Carolina Journal Online that the leader of the Wake County Republican Party has filed a complaint calling for the ouster of the state elections board chairman. Terry Stoops’ Daily Journal examines who makes decisions about what public schools teach.
Boiling down Tuesday’s Daily Journal to a single sentence: Too many gerrymandering critics seem to believe that a fairer election redistricting process will produce results that align more closely with proportional representation. They ignore the fact that a system employing geographic districts can produce results that vary widely from…