Here are updates on North Carolina Board of Elections hearing on November 2018 general midterm election & vote fraud allegations in 9th District race between Republican Mark Harris and Democrat Dan McCready.
Here’s a timeline of events since results of the November 2018 general midterm election & vote fraud allegations in the 9th District race between North Carolina Republican Mark Harris and Democrat Dan McCready.
The state board of elections will decide what happens next in North Carolina’s 9th Congressional District. The results of the 2018 election between Mark Harris and Dan McCready have not been certified.
Some state lawmakers are hoping to pass legislation in 2019 that would allow North Carolina school districts to start the school year earlier in August. The tourism industry says a change puts the $23.9 billion industry at risk.
North Carolina lawmakers have filed bills that would increase funding for school resource officers and mental health personnel, develop school threat assessment teams, screen kids for mental health issues and teach respect for school personnel.
Gov. Roy Cooper and others say expanding Medicaid would provide coverage for hundreds of thousands of North Carolinians. PolitiFact reviews his claim that 30,000 military veterans lack health insurance.
Charlotte City Council, Mecklenburg County commissioners and Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools board members all take annual retreats, but they can vary widely in cost. Some boards go out of town, which leads to higher costs.
North Carolina House member Christy Clark, a Huntersville Democrat, failed to properly list some of her campaign donors on a disclosure report, prompting the NC Republican Party to file a complaint with the state elections board.
UNC-Chapel Hill graduate student Maya Little, who poured red ink and blood on the Silent Sam Confederate statue in protest last spring, appealed a 2018 honor court ruling that ended with a written warning and 18 hours of community service for damaging university property.
Rep. David Price wanted to remove any funding for former AG Jeff Sessions’ stricter asylum guidance for victims of domestic violence or gang violence. But it didn’t make it into compromise legislation.
Some North Carolina lawmakers don’t want to change the ABC liquor system, despite research from nonpartisan legislative staff showing those changes would raise more revenue for state and local governments.
A Wake County substitute teacher allegedly told 10-year-old minority students that they were marked for prison because of their clothing and that the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. had killed himself. She’s no longer working for Wake.
A massive bipartisan public lands bill championed by Sen. Maria Cantwell, a Washington Democrat, and Sen. Lisa Murkowski, an Alaska Republican, passed in the Senate by 92-8. It could pass in the House and move on to the president’s desk as early as next week.
North Carolina Superintendent Mark Johnson announces new public-private partnership called Teach NC to improve image of teaching profession and to develop a statewide teacher recruitment system. He touts how much teachers are being paid.