North Carolinians: Vote in the “Nonpartisan” Supreme Court Primary Today!
In North Carolina, all judges – local and statewide – are elected in “nonpartisan” elections. If 3 or more candidates file to run for a statewide judicial seat, they all run in a “nonpartisan” primary, and the top two vote-getters, regardless of party affiliation, move on to face off in the November general election. All NC registered voters, regardless of party, may vote in the | Read More »
Is it DOOM for Democrats in North Carolina?
Yes, if the turnout for early voting in NC’s May 6 primary is any indication. The top-of-the-ticket primary race in the Tar Heel state this year is the US Senate race. Incumbent Democrat Kay Hagan is facing only token primary opposition. On the Republican side, eight – count ‘em, eight – candidates are slugging it out to take on Hagan. The last time North Carolina | Read More »
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Conservative Judges MoneyBomb!
My friends at the Al-Pam Republican Club are doing a MoneyBomb for North Carolina’s statewide conservative judicial candidates starting today, April 2nd, and running thru midnight on April 6th! The goal is to raise $5,000.00 to support these constitutional conservatives. If everyone can give just a little bit, the goal can be met! PLEASE share this MoneyBomb, post it on your group’s webpage and Facebook page, | Read More »
Attention NC Voters: Remember the judges!
In NC this year, amid all the attention given to Romney-v-Obama, McCrory-v-Dalton, and a slew of legislative and Council of State races, are 4 races at the bottom of the ballot which could have more of an impact on North Carolina for the next 10 years than all the other races combined: the races for NC’s appellate judgeships. Conservatives in NC who care about following | Read More »
When being “conservative” is not enough . . .
In the race for North Carolina Court of Appeals between Judge Rick Elmore and Steven Walker, being “conservative” is not enough. Both candidates are conservative. Both are registered Republicans. Both are fathers, active church members, and members of the NRA. Both candidates believe judges should interpret the law, not make law. So, what’s the key difference between Judge Elmore and Mr. Walker? Experience. First, | Read More »