A new political ad from a conservative outside group intending to target women voters fed up with President Barack Obama has received intense backlash for being sexist.Read More
Jeb Bush, Chris Christie, Rand Paul, and Hillary Clinton are names pollsters have been foreseeing in the 2016 presidential primaries, but seem a little out of place in the N.C. Senate race between Kay Hagan and Thom Tillis.
These big names, with the exception of Hillary whose husband is doing it for her, are throwing endorsements into every Senate race they can reach, and we can be certain the victors will return the favor in 2016.Read More
Both major party candidates in North Carolina’s U.S. Senate race took the bold stand on Friday to call out the mudslinging in campaign ads coming from the other side. Just do not expect either one to stop running attack ads anytime soon.Read More
This week marked the penultimate one in Congress before nearly a month off from session to focus on campaigns.Read More
A new American Insights poll on gay marriage shows that the tide has turned on the issue for North Carolina voters — somewhat.
But they don’t want the courts deciding whether legal gay marriage becomes a reality.Read More
It takes a lot to cross the line in political campaigns — which makes it notable that Mark Begich, the Democratic candidate for Alaska’s U.S. Senate seat, took down a controversial ad that attempted to paint his opponent as soft on sexual assault.Read More
After facing pressure from business and economic leaders across the state to expand the Job Development Investment Grant (JDIG) as funds begin to run dry, Gov. Pat McCrory has decided not to call the N.C. General Assembly back to Raleigh for a special session.
“It would be counterproductive and a waste of taxpayer money to bring the General Assembly back when there is no agreement in place on issues already voted on,” McCrory said in a statement Friday.Read More
An Oct. 21 debate hosted by some of the biggest names in North Carolina media might consist of U.S. Senate candidate Thom Tillis standing in the spotlight — alone.Read More
The exhaustive amount of television ads in North Carolina and other states can be enough to make some want to shoot their TV to make it all stop. At least one person has already done just that.Read More
College students often struggle to land the internships they need to bolster their job chances after graduation.
And an August survey conducted by Gallup and Inside Higher Ed shows that many university and college presidents believe their institutions are not coming through for their students on the job front.Read More