Individual voters have more power in North Carolina midterm primaries to set direction for the parties and state government.
Broadband access, spotty internet, news deserts focus of new Carolina Public Press project Broadband access is essential infrastructure, but North Carolina has a significant digital divide. At least 1.1 million North Carolina households lack access to a broadband connection, cannot afford an internet subscription or do not have an adequate device. Additionally, many lack experience […]
The leaked U.S. Supreme Court decision to overturn Roe v. Wade has created political waves across the country, but what would it mean for abortion in North Carolina?
The bonds, which would require a property tax increase, would address public safety, infrastructure and affordable housing in the city.
Several overlapping election procedures show us why we can be confident in election results.