Associated Press Both of North Carolina’s U.S. senators are opposing the confirmation of Greensboro native Loretta Lynch for attorney general, citing in part pending elections-law litigation by the Justice Department
Disappointed in Senator Tillis’ vote To the Editor: Congressman G. K. Butterfield (NC-01) on Thursday, Feb. 26, released the following statement regarding North Carolina Senator Thom Tillis’ vote against the
Greensboro native Loretta Lynch is on her way to becoming the first African-American woman to become U.S. attorney general, but without the blessing of both North Carolina U.S. senators, who
(pictured above: Ken Spaulding speaks in Winston-Salem last week.) North Carolinians won’t decide if they want to keep the governor they have or go with someone else until fall 2016.
The nomination deadline for the Winston-Salem State University Clarence E. “Big House” Gaines Athletic Hall of Fame is quickly approaching.