Midterm Elections 2014

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What's next for Chapel Hill's affordable housing bond?

After the vote to pass Chapel Hill's affordable housing bond, the Town has begun putting efforts into increasing more affordable housing. The Town is looking to transition people from shelters to new housing  as soon as possible, while also using funds for other related projects. 


People watch results at the N.C. GOP election party Tuesday night.

N.C. Republicans lose another opportunity to control state Board of Elections

An amendment to shift power towards the state legislature slated by Republicans fell short of approval, as 61.2 percent of voters reject the removal of a non-partisan board member from the Board of Elections, along with the removal of N.C. Governor's power. But some voters say the wording of the amendments on the ballots contributed to voter confusion. 


N.C. Supreme Court Associate Justice-Elect Anita Earls delivers her acceptance speech at the election night party for the Democratic Party on Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018 at the N.C. Democratic headquarters in Raleigh. 

Anita Earls declares victory in race for N.C. Supreme Court

Earls previously worked as an attorney and civil rights advocate for 30 years. She founded the Southern Coalition for Social Justice, worked in the U.S. Department of Justice during the Clinton administration and worked on the U.S. Supreme Court case Covington v. North Carolina, in which the Supreme Court decided North Carolina's legislative districts to be unconstitutional gerrymandering.