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County seeks voting machine extension from General Assembly

    County seeks voting machine extension from General Assembly

Forsyth County Board of Elections is hoping the General Assembly will give counties an extension on getting new voting machines. Currently the county is under a state deadline to switch

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Why are legislative leaders so afraid of fairer elections?

    Why are legislative leaders so afraid of fairer elections?

The latest news from the federal courts about the unconstitutional racially gerrymandered General Assembly districts and the response to it from legislative leaders makes one thing clearer than ever. The

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Can the Tar Heels repeat as champions?

    Can the Tar Heels repeat as  champions?

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Tar Heels are the reigning defending Division I college basketball champions.  The team was affectionately dubbed the “Redeem Team” because they lost

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GOP leader alleges ‘corruption’ over maps

    GOP leader alleges  ‘corruption’ over maps

A special master, designated by a federal three-judge panel, is currently tasked to review redrawn N.C. legislative maps in the Covington case to confirm if nine specific districts are legally

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Leaders decry GOP judicial redistricting legislation

    Leaders decry GOP judicial redistricting legislation

North Carolina Republicans say the state’s judicial districts have not been fine- tuned in 60 years, and as a result,

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Voting machines delayed

    Voting machines delayed

Forsyth BOE begins early general election voting The absence of a State Board of Elections (BOE) is causing a delay

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Commentary: 5 tips to help North Carolinians save on health care costs

    Commentary: 5 tips to help North Carolinians save on health care costs

By Roger Rodriguez More than 6 million North Carolinians will soon select or switch their health benefits plan during open

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Victor Johnson Jr. gains high honor

    Victor Johnson Jr. gains high honor

During the school board meeting on Tuesday, Oct. 10 longtime local educator Victor Johnson Jr. was awarded the highest honor a civilian in the state can receive, The Order of the Long Leaf Pine.

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

    LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Group backs job listing site for supporting civil rights To the Editor: Without access to employment, people with criminal records

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Activists hold funeral procession to protest deportation

    Activists hold funeral procession to protest deportation

A mock funeral procession was held in downtown Winston-Salem last week to protest deportation.

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