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 »