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Nine black candidates running for N.C. offices

    Nine black candidates running for N.C. offices

By Todd Luck For The Chronicle Voters will have a variety of African-American candidates running for statewide office to choose from in 2016. According to the campaign of gubernatorial candidate

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Editorial: Letters to the Editor (Voters and Girl Scouts)

    Editorial: Letters to the Editor (Voters and Girl Scouts)

Registered voters staying home To the Editor: In Forsyth County, only 44 percent of eligible voters decided to vote. Why did roughly six out of 10 registered voters stay home?

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Voters to give verdict on trial process

Amendment asks if defendants should be allowed to waive jury trials Voters will decide on how some criminal trials are carried out. A ballot amendment asks residents to vote for

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Editorial: Cooper Does Not Deserve Our Vote

    Editorial: Cooper Does Not  Deserve Our Vote

(pictured above:  Kalvin Michael Smith’s dad, August Dark, hugs Darryl Hunt as Larry Little looks on from nearby.) It is a forgone conclusion that Attorney General Roy Cooper will run

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Summer on the Stump

    Summer on the Stump

District Court hopeful looks forward to head-to-head challenge (pictured above:  Valene Franco rides in Kernersville’s recent 4th of July parade behind

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IDs aren’t required, but voters will see changes

    IDs aren’t required, but voters will see changes

With the May 6 primary election quickly approaching, voting rights advocates and candidates alike are scrambling to make sure that

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Editorial: $10.10 Doesn’t Cut It! & Wake Lands Top Names

    Editorial: $10.10 Doesn’t Cut It! & Wake Lands Top Names

(pictured above:  Melissa Harris-Perry on the set of her MSNBC show.) U.S. Sen. Kay Hagan has added her voice to the crescendo

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Editorial: Bond Referendums & Skewed Voting

    Editorial: Bond Referendums & Skewed Voting

Bond Referendum We are pleased and surprised that talk of a bond referendum has not relegated the city’s more urban

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Editorial: Civil Rights challenges remain

    Editorial: Civil Rights challenges remain

Black History Month is a time to honor the contributions African-Americans have made to our nation and our state, and,

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12th District rep won’t be seated soon

    12th District rep won’t be seated soon

(pictured above: Vice President Joe Biden prepares to swear-in Mel Watt last week as head of the Federal Housing Finance Agency.)

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