One day we have U.S. Rep. Alma Adams of Greensboro fighting for us in Congress. The next day we have strangers vying to represent us in Congress in a different
BY JONATHAN DREW AND GARY D. ROBERTSON ASSOCIATED PRESS RALEIGH — Changes wrought by this year’s redistricting will make for unusually crowded fields in several North Carolina congressional districts during
By Cash Michaels For The Chronicle State Republican lawmakers may be pleased with themselves after redrawing North Carolina’s 13-district congressional maps last week, but the N.C. NAACP is not.
In above photo: Illustration of Voting rights and Voter Suppression Law (Ron Rogers for The Chronicle) Kudos to S.C. for taking flag down, but more needs to be done To
Forsyth County residents who thought they were being represented in Washington, D.C. by U.S. Rep. Mel Watt may get a