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Editorial- Don’t forget: It’s the season for voting

    Editorial- Don’t forget: It’s the season for voting

We can tell that it’s time for voting. Political signs are all over the place, in yards and even as people stop at stop signs and lights. We hear the

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Civil rights leaders: Go vote

    Civil rights leaders: Go vote

With the May 8 primaries commencing in three weeks, and early voting beginning today through May 5, veterans of the 1960s and ’70s Civil Rights Movement came to North Carolina

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Board seeks a few volunteers for elections

    Board seeks a few volunteers for elections

The Forsyth County Board of Elections (BOE) is accepting applications for precinct officials. There are only a few openings the BOE is still looking to fill. Those interested in volunteering

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With candidate filing Monday, court decisions loom large

    With candidate filing Monday, court decisions  loom large

By Cash Michaels Monday, Feb. 12, is the beginning of the filing period for candidates for public office in North Carolina. Technically, that’s when Democrats and Republicans, hoping to compete

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Civil rights attorney to run for N.C. High Court

    Civil rights attorney to run for N.C. High Court

The lead attorney for the plaintiffs in the Covington v. State of North Carolina has announced that she will run

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More court action over maps foreseen

    More court action over maps foreseen

Courts continue to weigh if the newly drawn redistricting maps for North Carolina are fair.

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Opponents expect new N.C. voter suppression bill

    Opponents expect new N.C. voter suppression bill

There are concerns that Republicans will use special sessions in the General Assembly to push a voter suppression bill.

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Letters to the Editor: Trump’s election commission

    Letters to the Editor: Trump’s election commission

Tell N.C. board to stand up to Trump’s bogus election panel To the Editor: You’ve likely heard about the request from the Trump

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Letters to the Editor: State agency answers questions about federal election request

    Letters to the Editor: State agency answers questions about federal election request

To the Editor: The [North Carolina] Bipartisan State Board of Elections & Ethics Enforcement (State Board) understands that members of

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Editorial: A new governor for N.C.: Now what?

    Editorial: A new governor for N.C.: Now what?

Democrat Roy Cooper took his oath of office just after midnight Sunday, Jan. 1, in an unusual move. But 2017

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